MIDNIGHT – A0804589
Gone - 7-2-2017 Manhattan
GONE 7/2/17 RETURN – MIDNIGHT was adopted from 2009 but ended back at the ACC in very bad condition. Noted in bio: ACC adoption in 2009, owner was contacted last night, owner’s son was reached by 0983 and informed that cat was ill/injured at ACC. 0983 was told that the owners were not aware that the cat had escaped the home, and that the son would relay information to his family.
MIDNIGHT has live maggots in oral cavity and other medical issues. Midnight will most likely be euthanized but we are hoping she gets a fighting chance and hope someone steps up.
MIDNIGHT – A0804589
SPAYED FEMALE, BLACK / WHITE, AMER SH MIX,9 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, HOLD FOR ID
Intake condition ILLNESS Intake Date 07/01/2017, From NY 10029, DueOut Date 07/05/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
DVM Intake Exam Estimated age: Microchip noted on Intake? yes, placed by ACC in 2009 prior to adoption History : ACC adoption in 2009, owner was contacted last night, owner’s son was reached by 0983 and informed that cat was ill/injured at ACC. 0983 was told that the owners were not aware that the cat had escaped the home, and that the son would relay information to his family. Subjective: Observed Behavior – laterally recumbent, nonresponsive Evidence of Cruelty seen – unclear Evidence of Trauma seen – live maggots coverign L side of face, OS, AS Objective T = too low to read P = 50 R = 6 BCS 3/9 EENT: OS bupthalmic, fixed miotic pupil, dry cornea/sclera with maggots crawling over the bulb, OD enophthalmic, no discharge, AS has purulent hemorrhagic dc within canal (area around AS and AS canal was clipped and cleaned last night) with live maggots, nareas clear Oral Exam: grey dry mm, live maggots inside oral cavity PLN: No enlargements noted H/L: NMA, bradycardia, slow shallow respirations, quiet lung sounds ABD: doughy abd, no masses or fluid U/G: spayed female MSI: nonambulatory, in lateral recumbency, flaccid paralysis x4, no palpable fractures CNS: unresponsive, slow PLR OD, flaccid paralysis Rectal: Assessment head trauma vs other with secondary maggot infestation, otitis media, shock Plan EHR
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