WOLVERINE – A1098943
Safe - 3-21-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 3/21/17 WOLVERINE is currently being housed at the offsite quarantine facility for cats exposed to Avian Influenza. He has been cleared of influenza and is ready to find a great new home—that’s where you come in! If you can help please let us know!
WOLVERINE – A1098943
MALE, GRAY, DOMESTIC SH MIX,3 mos
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 12/06/2016, From NY 11368, DueOut Date 12/09/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation ORANGE
Medical Summary Scanned negative age:approximately 13 weeks sex:male-intact BARH ear,eyes and nose is clear teeth:clean ear mites negative fleas negative unable to put the collar nervous,hissed,try to bite and will flee -used net and cat cloves during examin ambx4 NOSF
Initial Exam (12/07/16)
age: approximately 13 weeks
ear, eyes and nose is clear
ear mites negative
unable to put the collar
nervous, hissed, try to bite and will flee -used net and cat cloves during exam
Pre/Post S/N (12/13/16)
O:QARH. Shy. mm=pink, moist, CRT<2 s.
EENT: Mild crusting at nares. No sneezing, nasal discharge, or congestion.
H/L: Lungs clear. No murmurs/arrhythmias.
ABD/UG: Intact male, both testicles palpable.
MS: Good body condition.
INTEG: Full, clean haircoat.
A: Apparently healthy. Crusting at nares suspicious for very early URI.
P: OK for neuter.
Start Doxycycline 50 mg/ml. 0.35 ml PO q 24 hours x 10 days.
Exam & surgery performed by Dr.
Anesthesia – 0.05mL Telazol/0.1mL Atropine induction.
Sx. – Routine scrotal castration. No sutures placed, incisions left open to drain. Green linear tattoo placed on ventral abdomen.
0.08mL metacam injectable and 0.04mL Hydromorphone for pain management.
Monitor for URI.
O: QARH. Eating well. mm=pink, moist.
EENT: No nasal crusting. No discharge, sneezing, or congestion. No ocular discharge.
No sneeze marks in cage.
A: Apparently healthy. No signs of URI.
P: Excellent prognosis.
Wolverine was brought in as a stray, so we cannot speak to his behavior in his previous home.
Reaction to assessor: Wolverine was lying down on his blanket with wide eyes focused on the assessor.
Reaction when softly spoken to: Wolverine becomes alert, sits up then slowly inches to the back of the kennel.
Reaction to cage door opening: Wolverine remains motionless.
Reaction to touch: Wolverine’s ears pin back and he starts hissing when the assessor extends his hand out. He sniffs the assessor and allows petting on his head and cheeks with a very slow approach. After a couple soft passes he shifts away and tries to hide in his litter box.
Behavior Determination: Experience No Child
Wolverine tolerates attention and petting but may be fearful or stressed in the shelter, and may be intimidated by small children. He may be a little more independent, and may need time to warm up to his new home. Due to the behaviors seen in the care center, we feel that this cat will do best in a calm, quiet home with experienced cat parents and without children.
Curled up in the back of the kennel. Timid & shy. Sniffs hand when approached. Leans in when rubbed on head & cheeks. Slowly warms up, approaches the front slowly with his tail lowered. Allows petting all over. Body becomes tense when picked up, looks around. Appreciates attention, building confidence.
01/18/17 (LIC Notes)
Inside a box, calm and relaxed. Remains in place as I extend my hand and accepts touch, closing his eyes and purring. He is a bit shy, but warms up quickly to attention and leans against my hand as I rub his cheeks. Very sweet, but may need more time to fully be confident around people. He appeared to be calm around the other cats in his group.
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