QUEENS – A1061679
Safe - 1-3-2016 Staten Island
***SAFE 01/03/16*** MANHATTAN AND QUEENS WERE TRAPPED AND DUMPED IN THE STATEN ISLAND ACC FOR WANDERING INTO SOMEONE’S YARD! These two strays were minding their own business when someone noticed them hanging around and decided he didn’t want them reproducing. So rather than doing a TNR, he trapped and dumped them at the Staten Island ACC. MANHATTAN is about 3 years old and he is not a happy camper and all he wants to do is flee. Can you blame him. He is not aggressive but caught the kitty cold and now they are going to kill him for it. QUEENS is an 18 month old girl who is also fearful but was given a EXPNOCHILD rating and is on the PUBLIC ADOPTION site. QUEENS is also PERFECTLY HEALTHY but since she was tense and also trying to flee, she is going to die at noon if someone doesn’t step up to rescue her. THE ONLY CRIME THESE TWO KITTIES HAVE COMMITTED IS BEING IN THE WRONG PLACE AT THE WRONG TIME. IF YOU CAN FOSTER OR ADOPT, AND GIVE THEM TIME TO ADJUST YOU WILL HAVE A PAIR OF WONDERFUL COMPANIONS. THEY DESERVE TO LIVE!
Staten Island Center
My name is QUEENS. My Animal ID # is A1061679. – P
I am a female gray and white domestic sh mix. The shelter thinks I am about 1 YEAR 7 MONTHS old.
I came in the shelter as a STRAY on 12/28/2015 from NY 10312, owner surrender reason stated was STRAY. I came in with Group/Litter #K15-043808.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
12/28/2015 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 7.8 LBS.
0.5ml activyl applied 0.8ml pyrantel given PO
12/28/2015 PET PROFILE MEMO
12/28/15 19:33 Animal’s appearance – Cat was dirty but seemed to be of healthy weight. Cat was brought trap with another cat. Animal’s demeanor with you – Cat was feral. Cat was in trap attempting to flee. Finder stated that he noticed that the cat was been wandering in his yard and neighborhood for a while. Finder trapped cat due to wanting to prevent further reproduction and the overwhelming smell of cat urine around the outside the house.
No Web Memo
12/30/2015 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPNOCHILD
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Queens came to the shelter as a stray, so we don’t have any behavioral history or tendencies in a home environment. Upon intake, Queens appeared to be feral; she was in a trap and attempting to flee. Reaction to assessor: Queens is hiding in her den, body tense. Reaction when softly spoken to: Queens is stiff and tense – cautious. Reaction to cage door opening: Queens is stiff and alert – ears down, eyes wide. Reaction to touch: Queens is immobile when being touched – fearful. Placement Determination: Experienced, No Children. Queens tolerates attention and brief petting but may be fearful or stressed in the shelter, and may be intimidated by 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.
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
12/28/2015 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
Microchip: scan negative Sex: female Age: approximately 1.5 years old Mentation: BARH Eyes: clear Ears: clean Nose: wnl Teeth: mild wear BCS: 3/5 Hair Coat: well groomed Declawed: no Behavior: came in a trap, will flee, did not show aggression – used net for exam
CAME IN WITH
MANHATTAN – A1061678 http://nyccats.urgentpodr.org/manhattan-a1061678/
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