TAYLOR – A1103138
Safe - 2-11-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 2/11/17 A staff member writes: Taylor is the shy wallflower at Homecoming that just wants someone to ask him to dance. If you decided to ask him for a dance he will reward you with cuddles and a reserved playfulness. He is quietly waiting for you at the Brooklyn care center.
SWEET, HEALTHY & NEUTERED TABBY NEEDS PLACEMENT ASAP!
Taylor A1103138 –1 yr. neutered brown tabby, stray:
Lying at one side of cage, on blanket, looks calm and has soft eyes. Looks up when I approach his cage, watches me with soft eyes. Once at the kennel he’s calm, slowly rubs his face against side of cage, appears friendly and relaxed. When I open cage door he rubs his face against side a litle more, than ambles to the othe side of the kennel via the porthole, quietly, after leaning in to smell my fingers. I speak softly and he comes back over and up to me, lets me pet all over. After some more petting he inches forward more and I pick him and hold, he remains quiet and calm. Once returned to kennel he’s quiet and calm, social and friendly. He may be a little nervous still about his surroundings, but was sweet, social and friendly and allowed all handling.
Microchip scan neg.
MN, est 1 yr
O: BARH. mm=pink, moist, CRT<2 s.
ORAL: Good dental condition.
EENT: No oculonasal discharge.
H/L: Lungs clear, no murmurs/arrhythmias.
ABD/UG: neutered male, palpation WNL.
INTEG: Full, clean haircoat.
A: Est 1 yr. Apparently healthy.
P: Excellent prognosis.
A staff member writes: Taylor is the shy wallflower at Homecoming that just wants someone to ask him to dance. If you decided to ask him for a dance he will reward you with cuddles and a reserved playfulness. He is quietly waiting for you at the Brooklyn care center.
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