THE “E” KITTENS – A1084768, A1084769, A1084770
Safe - 8-10-2016 Manhattan
SAFE 8/10/16 ***Needs placement by 6:30PM Today*** Little fluffy kittens looking for a new home @MACC
A1084768 Esme 2w Female Brown Tabby DSH
A1084769 Elise 2w Female Brown Tabby DSH
A1084770 Ellis 2w Male White DSH
OU dry discharge
no nasal discharge
No injuries seen during exam
start tx Erythromycin BID x 10days OU as per Dr.1088
Esme A1084768, Ellis A1084770 & Elise A1084769 are a litter of 4wk old siblings who were found in a garbage can near the finder’s home a little while ago in the Bronx. Ellis & Esme are the sickest of the three with their eyes slightly closed along with some discharge but they’re able to eat the wet 1-4month old kitten food on their own but Elise needs some coaxing or perhaps to still be bottle fed.
They’re super cute, sweet and love being held. They were placed in a litter box with linen within atop a heating pad.
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