SODA POP – A1031746
Safe - 4-9-2016 Brooklyn
SODA POP – A1031746
SPAYED FEMALE, ORG TABBY, DOMESTIC SH MIX,11 yrs
OWNER SUR – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD FOR ID Reason PETS CONFL Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date04/05/2016, From NY 11235, DueOut Date04/05/2016
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary SCAN POSITIVE: 985121010274429 spayed, shaved: tattoo, ~10YRS OLD GERIATRIC LOOSE UPPER LEFT CANINE DEHYDRATION, 125MLS LRS SQ GIVEN 0.41MLS CONVENIA SQ AS PER DR. MEMOLI MODERATE GINGIVITIS APPLIED ACTIVYL ALLOWED HANDLING FOR EXAM WITHOUT AGGRESSION, WAS HISSING THOUGH BAR NOSF
age : 11 yrs old as per owner
weight :9.10 lbs
ear,eyes & nose is clear
teeth :gingivitis,severe staining and tartar,some teeths are missing
ear mites negative
friendly and allowed to handling
Soda Pop is an 11 year old Orange Tabby that was adopted from ACC. He is being surrendered into our care center due to conflict with the other cat he recently started to live with. Soda Pop walks with a limp.
With strangers he is friendly and plays gently with adults. Has lived with children ages 1-9; with them he was affectionate, relaxed and played gentle. Has recently started to live with a male cat age 3, and he was tolerant and would hiss when they crossed paths. No experience with other cats or dogs. There is no known history of him biting another animal or person.
There are no behavior issues. Has never been given a bath no had his nails trimmed. Is friendly when having his coat brushed and isn’t bothered when picked up and held.
Soda Pop is described as being affectionate with a medium activity level. He likes to sleep and is more active when around another cat. He likes to climb up to the window and sit. He was indoors only and slept anywhere comfortable. He ate both wet and dry food, dry food was free fed and wet was given 1-2 times a day. He is litter box trained using an uncovered box with clay pellets.
During intake Soda allowed handling from counselor to be petted and she ate the wet cat food, counselor scanned (positive), collared and photographed.
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