ROBIN – A1113903
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SAFE 6/16/17 This cutie has lived with another cat and reportedly got along well with it (napping and playing together). Robin was also relaxed and affectionate with the 8 year old child she lived with formerly. She will need follow up medical care for the wound on her back.
Robin A1113903, 3 Years Old, Caliby and White DSH, Spayed, 11.3 lbs, Owner Surrender 06/11/17
DVM Intake Exam
Estimated age: 3
Microchip noted on Intake? n
History : o surrender. wound on back present fore at least months per o. possible itterbox issues–o did not elaborate
Observed Behavior – qar but became irritated with medical handling
Evidence of Cruelty seen – n
Evidence of Trauma seen – yes, old
P = 100 R = wnl BCS 7/9
EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal discharge noted
Oral Exam: clean teeth
PLN: No enlargements noted
H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic
ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated
U/G: spayed, reported
MSI: Ambulatory x 4,large limear scar, 3″x1″ on left dorsal spinal area. removed eschar, granualtion bed and some muco purulent dc underneath.
CNS: mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities
Assessment: wound, unknown origin, at least several weeks old
Plan: amoxi clav bid x 10d
simbadol x 5d 0.65ml sid
Lying in litterbox with a relaxed body and ears forward. Comes forward when I open the kennel door and allows petting along head and body, leaning in and raising tail. Doing well despite injury! Sprayed feliway.
Robin is a 3 year old calico spayed shorthair cat. She was brought in to the home by the owner’s daughter and they have had her since she was a month old kitten. Owner states Robin has a wound on her back and is unaware how she got the wound. She has not seen a vet for this wound.
Around strangers, Robin can be very outgoing or she can be shy. She has lived with an 8 year old child and was relaxed and affectionate around him. She plays gently with adults and children if she plays. Robin has lived with a 6 year old cat in the past and the owner reports they got along very well. They would both sleep together and play and chase each other around. She has not lived with dogs so her behavior around dogs in unknown. Robin has not bitten another animal or person.
Robin has had an ongoing litterbox problem for 1 to 3 years; the owner could not state a definitive length of time. She will only pee outside the litterbox and this happens a few times a week. The owner is unaware of why this behavior occurs and has not seen a vet for this. She has never been in a car ride. The owner has bathed Robin and she does tend to struggle during th bath. She has never brushed or trimmed her nails. She is not bothered by being put in a carrier or being held.
Robin is described as a friendly and affectionate cat. She has a high activity level and enjoys chasing the other cat in the house and climbing on furniture. When her owner arrives home, Robin will sit by the door and wait for her owner. She was fed only dry food at home. The owner provided a hooded litterbox with clumping clay. She was given a scratching post made of carpet.
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