NATTIE – A1089900
Safe - 9-20-2016 Brooklyn
SAFE 9/20/16 Little Nattie was hit by a car! Poor wee fella has a fractured leg, will need follow-up care ASAP. Please help this nugget TODAY!
A staff member writes: I Just Visited Her, Was Already At The Front Of The Cage Eating! Wasn’t Startled At All By The Door Opening.. Allowed Me To Touch, She Solicited Attention && Was Observant Of Her Surroundings!
Nattie A1089900, Stray, 9 Week Old, White and Black DSH, 2.1 lbs.
S/O-BAR, eating well, amb x 4 with LFL lameness
P-continue with current treatment plan.
recommend placement to have LFL evaluated and have further treatment. discuss placement with NH
Check injured kitten – was HBC last Sat (9/10)
Microchip scan neg.
O: BARH. mm=pink, moist. CRT<2 s. Very friendly, purring, easy to handle.
EENT: OS – mucopurulent discharge.
No nasal discharge.
Abd: Palpation WNL.
UG: Intact male.
MS: Ambulatory x 4, lameness L. front; there is tape and a home made splint present over L. fore from paw to elbow. Removed splint – palpable fracture over left humerus.
A: Fractured left humerus. conjunctivitis.
P: Buprenorphine 0.5 mg/ml 0.05 ml SQ.
Start Terramycin oint. OU BID x 10 days.
Continue Buprenorphine 0.05 ml SQ BID.
Prognosis good with appropriate therapy.
FVRCP, Ponazuril 0.21 ml PO, Panacur 0.46 ml PO, Applied Frontline spray./16/16
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