OLIVE – A1071490
Safe - 5-2-2016 Manhattan
OLIVE – A1071490
3Y Female Black Tabby DSH
Due out 04/28/16
Age~ Approx- 3 yrs
Due to injury, left eye is blind
Eyes: Left eye injured and blind
Ears: Ear mites positive, cleaned with ear cleansing soln
Nose: Clear / wnl
Teeth: Mild dental tartar
Skin: APH / WNL
Hair Coat: WNL
Any injuries: Due to injury left eye is blind
Behavior: Mild tense and nervous during exam
Medication:0.08 ml Ivermectin given SQ
RECHECK — LEFT EYE INJURY
BAR. BCS 4/9. EATING WITH GOOD APPETITE. VERY SWEET ON EXAM.
PE: EENT LEFT EYE HAS SEVERE CORNEAL ULCERATION WITH THICK KERATINIC PLAQUE ON CENTRAL CORNEA, RIGHT EYE WNL, PLN WNL ,ORAL EXAM MILD DENTAL TARTAR/GINGIVITIS, THORACIC AUSC WNL, ABD PALP — FLUID FILLED STRUCTURE PALPATED (SUSPECTED TO BE UTERUS) — NO CONFIRMED PREGNANCY ON PALPATION, M/S WNL, SKIN/HAIR WNL. NOSF.
PLAN: RECOMMEND CONTINUED TREATMENTS OF BUPRENEX, CLAVAMOX, AND ERYTHROMYCIN OPHTHALMIC OINTMENT. RECOMMEND ENUCLEATION AT TIME OF SPAY. SUSPECT POSSILBE HYDRO/PYOMETRA.
set up in medical
left eye injured and blind
will monitor overnight
S/O: BAR, good appetite, left eye proptosed and dried out – applied lubricant on exam, right eye has central area of corneal clouding (corneal ulceration vs. old scar) and mild conjunctivitis with crusted ocular discharge, left upper canine tooth is fractured, female, early pregnancy (palpable), amb x 4 no wounds or fractures, intermittent gallop heart rhythm, lung sounds clear bilaterally, normal RR and RE, mild discharge AU, mm’s pink and moist, mild dental disease, no neuro deficits noted, very sweet and affectionate cat
A: left eye proptosis – needs enucleation
gallop heart rhythm – possible heart disease
left maxillary canine tooth fracture
hx of trauma
P: start erythromycin in right eye BID and puralube in left eye BID
start amoxi/clav 1 ml PO BID x 10 days
start buprenorphine 0.1 ml BID x 10 days
rec NH placement – needs left eye removed and (early)
friendly and outgoing
pain control seems adequate
recc NH placement
IN MEDICAL BARH EATING WELL
ON TREATMENT FOR PROPTOSED GLOBE, EYELIDS ABLE TO CLOSED 60%
CONT ON CURRENT TX
GOOD PROGNOSIS, EYE MAY ATROPHY, AS LONG AS NO INFECTION SETS IN MAY NOT NEED ENUCLEATION
OS phthisical, eating well, approaching front of cage, friendly
P: CWSC, enucleation of OS recommended long term due to increased risk of neoplasia
Reaction to assessor: Olive immediately comes soliciting at the front of the cage.
Reaction to door opening: Olive remains standing at the front of the cage, relaxed body posture, soliciting attention.
Reaction to touch: Olive head-butts the assessor’s hand and appreciates petting on the head and body.
Reaction to Being Picked up: Allows the pickup and remains calm.
Placement determination: Beginner
Olive interacts with the Assessor, solicits attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting.
This cat can go to a beginner home.
Pregnant, blind in one eye, possible heart disease. In feral den, couldn’t reach.
Feral den removed. Turned out to be super friendly! At the front, head-butting and rubbing against the bars. Leaned and arched enthusiastically into pets and tail danced.
Olive A1071490 is an approximately 5 year old dsh. She is being surrendered to the shelter because she was found outside as a stray. Finder cannot keep. Finder placed Olive in a carrier and brought to ACCNYC.
BEHAVIOR DURING INTAKE
Olive allowed all handling, collaring and photos.
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