MILKSHAKE – A1099364 & NUGGET – A1099365
Safe - 3-19-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 3/19/17 MILKSHAKE is currently being housed at the offsite quarantine facility for cats exposed to Avian Influenza. She has been cleared of influenza and is ready to find a great new home—that’s where you come in! If you can help please let us know!
MILKSHAKE – A1099364
FEMALE, BLACK, DOMESTIC SH MIX,1 yr
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 12/11/2016, From NY 11691, DueOut Date 12/11/2016, I came in with Group/Litter #K16-084079.
Medical Behavior Evaluation ORANGE
Medical Summary microchip scanned negative sex:female age:approximately 1 yr BARH ear,eyes and nose is clear teeth clean ear mites negative fleas negative nervous,hissed,growling ,try to bite and will flee -used net during examine unable to put the collar ambx4 NOSF
Initial Exam (12/11/16)
microchip scanned negative
age: approximately 1 yr
ear, eyes and nose is clear
ear mites negative
nervous, hissed, growling ,try to bite and will flee -used net during exam
unable to put the collar
URI noted on rounds
S/O: QAR. Excellent appetite
EENT: Moderate mucoid nasal discharge
P: Rec doxycycline 0.7ml po q24 x 10 days. Excellent prognosis
Notes from 12/19 exam:
URI stage per protocol: 1
Exam at a distance – very scared
No nasal or ocular discharge noted. Mild congestion.
No changes to treatment indicated at this time. Continue recheck and medication as scheduled.
Day 7 of doxy, rechck URI
S/O: BAR. Tense, nervous. Eating well
EENT: Eyes clear, no ocular or nasal discharge
H/L: no sneezing or sneeze marks noted
A: URI resolved
P: Continue with current treatment and monitoring plan. Excellent prognosis
Day 10 of doxy, recheck URI
S/O: QAR. Food untouched. Unable to handle due to temperament (doxycycline given in food)
EENT: Eyes clear, very mild crusted nasal discharge
H/L: No sneeze marks or sneezing
A: URI resolved, inappetant
P: Continue to monitor while at BACC. Consider mirtazipine if inappetance continues (may eat during quiet hours). Consider convenia if URI signs re-occur. Good prognosis
Milkshake was brought in as a stray, so we cannot speak to her behavior in her previous home.
Reaction to assessor: Milkshake was curled up tight in her litter box with her tail at her side.
Reaction when softly spoken to: Milkshake turns towards the assessor and slow blinks but remains motionless and doesn’t come forward.
Reaction to cage door opening: Milkshake remains motionless.
Reaction to touch: Milkshake’s eyes widen and she slowly leans back when the assessor extends his hand out. She flinches when touched and sinks lower into her litter box trying to avoid all contact. Her body feels tense/stiff when pet and she periodically turns around and focuses on the assessor’s hand.
Behavior Determination: Experience No Child
Milkshake tolerates attention and petting but may be fearful or stressed in the shelter, and may be intimidated by small children. She may be a little more independent, and may need time to warm up to her new home. Due to the behaviors seen in the care center, we feel that this cat will do best in a calm, quiet home with experienced cat parents and without children.
Motionless, silent, in litter box, sitting tensely up on tips of paws. Not open to interaction at this time. Sprayed some Feliway and left some treats.
Clinging to rear of cage, motionless as I approach. Does allow me to give some head rubs, but very tense. Doesn’t seem to be feeling well, possibly coming down with a cold. Gave some fresh food, a spray of Feliway and treats.
URI diagnosed on rounds
NUGGET – A1099365 ( At offsite quarantine facility)
MALE, BLACK, DOMESTIC SH MIX,5 weeks
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 12/11/2016, From NY 11691, DueOut Date 12/11/2016, I came in with Group/Litter #K16-084079.
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary microchip scan negative underage male kitten approximately 5 weeks old BARH dark debris AU – cleaned with ear wash no ocular or nasal discharge has some deciduous teeth 1.44lbs; BCS: 3/5 eating wet food on his own hisses and tries to flee, but allowed handling
microchip scan negative
underage male kitten
approximately 5 weeks old
dark debris AU – cleaned with ear wash
no ocular or nasal discharge
has some deciduous teeth
1.44lbs; BCS: 3/5
eating wet food on his own
hisses and tries to flee, but allowed handling
Adorable, teeny little guy, sitting way at the back of his kennel, wide-eyed. He’s nervous, but seemed to accept that I was going to pick him up and hold him. Didn’t hiss or try to flee. Calm and quiet when I held him. Would benefit from a foster home ASAP, should warm up quickly. Gave some treats and toys and a spritz of Feliway. Will check on him later, maybe swap in some different toys. Arrived with Milkshake, 1099364, who’s apparently his mother.
Gave me that look again today, “I know you’re going to pick me up, so let’s just do it.” Easy to handle, quiet when held, eventually wanted to climb to the top of my head, but irresistbly adorable. Tiny, delightful. Gave him a stuffed animal to keep him company, he’s alone. Would benefit from a foster home, where he should quickly warm up, still only 5wks. Gave some treats.
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