ROADRUNNER – A1105412
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*** SAFE 03/17/17*** – Meep, meep! Roadrunner has possible cystitis but is urinating on his own and making huge improvements! @MACC
Manhattan Center (Previously from Brooklyn Center)
My name is ROADRUNNER. My Animal ID # is A1105412. – P
I am a neutered male gray and white domestic sh mix. The shelter thinks I am about 2 YEARS
I came in the shelter as a STRAY on 03/05/2017 from NY 10027, owner surrender reason stated was STRAY.
03/16/2017 AT RISK MEMO
Roadrunner A1105412 is at risk due to behavior
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
03/16/2017 Exam Type OBSERVATION – Medical Rating is 3 NC – MAJOR CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 10.2 LBS.
eating well wet food nosf
03/05/2017 PET PROFILE MEMO
03/05/17 15:02 The finder stated that she found Roadrunner in the park inside a suitcase. He appears to be a male gray and white domestic short hair cat. He appears to be approximately 2 years old. Upon intake his tail was tucked, his eyes were not dilated, and his ears were forward. He tolerated handling but prefer hiding in the carrier. He was trembling and very quiet during intake.
No Web Memo
03/08/2017 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPERIENCE
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Name and A#: Roadrunner A#1105412 Date: 3/8/2017 KNOWN HISTORY: Admitted as stray so little or no known history is available Litter box training: Y Energy level/descriptors: Other notes: MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: Tense body – shrinks to back cage wall, but allows handling. ENRICHMENT NOTES: Found inside a suitcase. Possible cystitis/UTI/obstruction. Laying towards back, eyes dilated, whiskers forward. Flinched when given toys. Retreated slightly when door opened. Leaned very slowly into pets. Cage Condition: Cage is neat Reaction to assessor: Did not come forward but remained calm and relaxed Reaction when softly spoken to: Does not come forward but looks up Reaction to cage door opening: Remains motionless and unresponsive Reaction to touch: Somewhat guarded but allows assess-a-hand and gloved hand to rub head and body Reaction to being picked up: Withdraws and tightens body will not allow ACTIVITY LEVEL: Laid back, VOCAL: Quiet CHARACTER TYPE: Shy, Timid, POTENTIAL CHALLENGES: BEHAVIOR SUMMARY: Please note that this cat has a severe medical condition so we may not be seeing any true behavior and behavior may change when the cat’s medical condition improves. RECOMMENDATIONS: – Experienced cat parent
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
03/05/2017 DVM INTAKE PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 3 NC – MAJOR CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, behavior rating was NONE
scanned negative, MI, 2yo S/O: BARH EENM: MM PINK AND MOIST, CRT 2 SEC G 0 ddz CV: NO MURMURS OR ARRHYTHMIAS LUNGS: CLEAR ABD: distended semi-firm bladder, attempted manual expression, but uncomfortable MS/INTEG: AMB X 4, BCS 5/9 (OR 3/5) NS: APPROPRIATE NS: PLN: NSF PLN: GU: MI, bloody debris on penis A: distended bladder with bloody debris on penis r/o FLUTD, urolithiasis, UTI, crystalluria P: brought to medical for sedation and manual bladder expression +- U cath placement PRN prognosis: fair. sedated with dexdomitor 0.045 cc: 0.45 cc buprenex IM ; ketamine 0.09 cc: 0.09 Butorphanol IM Bladder easily expressed under sedation Radiographs: no uroliths, normal abdomen 100 cc SC LRS SID , monitor in medical, prazocin PO BID, continue buprenex BID, x 3 D, Clavamox PO BID x7D
03/15/2017 CAGE EXAM (LAST MAJOR EXAM)
Medical rating 3 NC – MAJOR CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS,
3/15/17 Hx: Urinary obstruction – expressed manually without need for u-cath placement. Maintained since then on prazosin, amoxiclav and buprenorphine – discontinued on 3/13/17. Good appetite this morning. S/O: Pt is watching me from inside the feral den, not blinking. Small amount urine and stool in the litter box. A: FLUTD is a chronic disease that requires a holistic awareness to decrease stress, increase water consumption and reduce clinical signs. P: Recommend switching pt to canned food only. May need to maintain on prazosin long-term but may not. Continue to monitor urination now that pt is off prazosin. 1088 —- 03/12/17 09:36 Hx: suspected FLUTD vs cystitis, has been urinating on his own S/O: 3/11/17 03/11/17 08:13 S: suspected FLUTD, told that urinated yesterday night, observation in chameleon states no urination observed O: visual exam d/t stress- moment approached cage, p ran into feral den BAR, defecated normal stool in litterbox then ate canned food with gusto A: h/o suspected FLUTD P: CWSC and check for urination long term consider Hill’s C/D or C/D stress (canned ideal if possible), Feliway, two litterboxes if only cat in home, bi-annual UA’s, and maintaining a regular schedule of play, feeding, etc to decrease any home stress 03/09/17 10:56 Hx: suspected FLUTD cystitis, expressed at time of intake under AX, rads performed did not show cystoliths or stones in urethea, has not had signs of blockign since S/O: eating very well, urine in litterbox visual exam only dt behavior and reduce stress A: r/o urethrospasm 2nd to FIC/FLUTD vs cystitis vs other P: cwct monitor in med x1 more day schedule sx for 3/10 (in house dt behavior) NH placement 3/8/17 In medical with cystitis/ FLUTD. No urine in cage. On prazosin, buprenex, clavamox, sq LRS since 3/5. S) Eating well. Lying in litter box. Hisses when approached. Tries to swat and scratch. Only able to get him out with net. Litter box had good amount urine and normal BM. O) BAR-H. Abd – soft, no pain, bladder very small. A) Not blocked. P) Ok to move out of medical if space needed. Still monitor urination. CWPT – last day of bup and sqf. Prognosis: Fair. Recom NH only since hx of FLUTD. Dr. Burnett
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