TITAN – 21349
Gone - 3-1-2018 Brooklyn
GONE 3/1/18 TITAN is a handsome brown and black tabby who was brought into the ACC as a stray. He is scared and needs a safe place so he relax and decompress.
Titan – 21349
Spayed / Neutered -No
Color -Black Tabby / None
Age – 7 Yrs
Domestic Short Hair Cross
Animal ID: 21349
Titan had nerve damage causing him to have problems urinating Exam: “ambulatory on three limbs – normal proprio-reception Withdrawal reflex present in all four limbs. Rectal tone present. Bladder large distended with urine. Expressed 100 cc manually. Only mild discomfort when expressed. Detrusor areflexia from overdistension Nerve damage causing urinary motor function deficits during trauma causing loss of voluntary urination and eventually overfill Prognosis – Poor prognosis for return of voluntary bladder function combined with other ongoing conditions” An earlier exam: “Two wounds to LHL Fractured right hock – can be treated with splint x4-8 weeks Dull mentation on intake – rabies suspect. Mentation has been improving so rabies is becoming less likely. Bloodwork on 2/23 – anemia and severe infection”
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