ORZO – 15068
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*** SAFE 01/06/18 *** ***6 Month Quarantine*** Beginner Boy Orzo will warm your soul this cold winter night @MACC. Orzo came to us as a stray and has bites of unknown origin. Orzo requires a 6 month in-home isolation period with the first month preferably in a veterinary hospital. If leaving the 5 boroughs, quarantine MUST be approved by the receiving city or township DOH. Please note, the 5 boroughs are easier for in home quarantine.
Hello, my name is Orzo. My animal id is #15068. I am a male white cat at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 3 years 1 weeks old. –
I came into the shelter as a stray on 30-Nov-2017.
Orzo is being placed at risk due to medical condition, bite wounds of unknown origin. Orzo will require a 6 month observation and monitoring/daily care of his wounds. He should likely be evaluated by a vet and then will most likely be able to be treated in home. There are no behavior concerns for Orzo at this time, beginner determination.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 7.625 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 1. Green
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