PARKER – A1074920
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***SAFE 05/27/16*** HELP! Sweet PARKER is a 6-year-old cat whose face pleads for someone, somewhere, to make everything okay again. His ACC notes are a confusing mess, saying in one place that he was surrendered to the ACC because of “pet health,” and saying in another place that “no known health injuries or problems.” Elsewhere, it is stated that “he has litter box accidents and he is both pooping and peeing outside of the box; this has been occurring for 1 year to 3 and no vet has been seen for the issue,” and further down it talks about a pelvic fracture. Bottom line is, this guy needs OUT and needs out NOW! A competent vet will be able to tell what’s going on with him. The best case scenario is probably for Parker to be FOSTERED through a NEW HOPE rescue group, which is an arrangement where the rescue generally foots all reasonable medical expenses, and the foster owner concentrates on loving him to bits! He can be adopted by anyone who is willing to be firmly in his corner, and handle whatever medical expenses will put him right. In any event, Parker ONLY has you and he ONLY has tonight. Please advocate widely for this poor, poor boy, tonight!
My name is PARKER. My Animal ID # is A1074920. – P
I am a male white and brn tabby domestic sh mix. The shelter thinks I am about 6 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 05/24/2016 from NY 11234, owner surrender reason stated was PET HEALTH.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
05/26/2016 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 4 C – SEVERE CONDITIONS , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 11.2 LBS.
05/26/16 13:10 FeLV/FIV SNAP: negative
05/24/2016 PET PROFILE MEMO
05/24/16 13:31 Parker is a 2 year old male DSH. He was given to his owner as a gift from a friend and has been in owners care for 2 years. He is being surrendered into our facility due to owner no longer wanting to keep him. There are no known health injuries or problems. With strangers he is friendly and gentle when he plays with adults. He has lived with children and is usually tolerant of them; he doesn’t play or interact with them. He has spent time with other cats and is respectful. Around other dogs he is fearful. There is no known history of him biting another animal or person. For behavior he escapes the house and fights with other cats. During car rides he is afraid. He has litter box accidents and he is both pooping and peeing outside of the box; this has been occurring for 1 year to 3 and no vet has been seen for the issue. Reason as to why this behavior is occurring is unknown. He is afraid when given a bath and he has never has his nails trimmed. When his coat is being brushed he at times isn’t bothered but will swat when he no longer wants it done. He has never been placed in a carrier and isn’t bothered when being disturbed while sleeping. Parker is described as being playful. When he is home he stays hidden or plays with his toy balls. He has a free choice of going in and out of the house. He was free fed both wet and dry Meow Mix. He isn’t litter box trained; he was provided an uncovered box with clumping litter.
No Web Memo
05/26/2016 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPERIENCE
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
As per previous owner, With strangers Parker is friendly and gentle when he plays with adults. He has lived with children and is usually tolerant of them. He doesn’t play or interact with them. He has spent time with other cats and is respectful. Around dogs he is fearful. Parker is described as being playful. Please note that Parker is being treated for an upper respiratory infection at the time of the behavior assessment. This condition may affect some of the behaviors shown during evaluation. Reaction to assessor: Parker does not come to front but remains neutral When spoken quietly: Parker does not come to front but remains neutral Reaction to door cage opening: Parker remains motionless Reaction to touch: Parker allows petting with a slow approach Try picking cat up: Parker is tolerant of this type of handling but tense. Behavior Determination: Experience At the time of the assessment Parker was displaying fearful behavior; does not seek attention from the assessor and becomes alert when the kennel was open. Remains motionless as I started to get closer but after a steady slow approach using soft voices he relaxed a little. I was able to pet him and interact with him in a limited way. I was also able to pick him up and although he was tense no fractious behavior was display. We recommend that this cat go to a home with experienced cat parents.
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
05/25/2016 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 3 C – MAJOR CONDITIONS , behavior rating was NONE
Scanned negative BARH – hisses, growls, resists handling, tries to scratch – 0.15mL Telazol given for exam. M~ 6 years Ears, eyes clear Nose – thick yellow mucus. Rattling, hoarse breathing. Throat clear Teeth – heavy gingivitis, heavy tarter and calculi *Right hip/flank clear patch of alopecia with bruising and swelling. Toe pinch response present. Does not react painfully to manipulation. Client claimed animal not mobile on hind leg. Per vet 1173 gave 0.3mL Bup, will begin Doxy and Nebulization.
05/26/2016 RE-EXAM (LAST MAJOR EXAM)
Medical rating 4 C – SEVERE CONDITIONS ,
05/26/16 12:52 VC: bruising noted on hind end during initial S/O: BAR, APP ++. Hydrated. Blood tinged mucopurulent nasal discharge. Voluntary movement observed in both hindlimbs. Sedated w/ 0.2ml Telazol IM for pelvic radiographs MIld chemosis noted OU, applied erythromycin oinment. Flea dirt present in coat. Cardiothoracic auscultation WNL. Abdominal palpation WNL, moderate sized bladder. Radiographs reveal a pelvic fracture located at the body of the pubis on the left. Possible fractures at the L sacroiliac joint or pubic symphysis, due to the presence of overlying fecal material within the rectum can not be ruled out or identified completely. A: Pelvic fracture P: Recommend NH plea for placement and follow-up veterinary care. Fracture is in non-weightbearing area of the pelvic and may resolve w/ conservative medical management and pain control. Will continue treatment of URI w/ doxycycline and nebulization, and buprenorphine for pain control Prognosis: Good-fair
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