SKEETER – A1103089
Safe - 2-14-2017 Brooklyn
Skeeter A1103089 – 4 month old neutered black kitten, stray:
Skeeter is a 4 month old neutered DSH kitten. He was living outside among other feral cats. His finder trapped him and had him neutered. He received rabies and FVRCP vaccines. She has been keeping him inside her home in the trap since. She changes the supplies in his cage twice daily. He retreats to the back and hisses if she reaches towards him. Skeeter eating well.
2/3/17 neuter, rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine at ASPCA mobile clinic.
BARH-hissed; attempt to flee
Neutered male-recently shaved
Approx 4 months old
Eyes, ears and nose- no clear
Left ear tipped
No parasites or fleas seen
Crouching at rear, pressed into rear wall, behind litter box. Wide eyes, intently follows me. Quiet, unmoving. When I slowly open cage door and gently reach hand in, ears flatten, shifts rear back into a corner of cage, hissing. Appears to be left eartipped, but too dark to see for sure, didn’t want to force anything to find out. Not receptive to interaction. Didn’t eat overnight, gave a fresh bowl of wet food. Initial med exam pending.
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