ZOEY – 13105
Urgent - Manhattan
NEW PHOTOS!*In shelter for almost 1 month* ZOEY wants to have a staring contest with you! Loser has to rub the winner’s cheeks!! Meet her at MACC. ZOEY wants to have a staring contest with you! Loser has to rub the winner’s cheeks!! Meet her at MACC. ZOEY was dumped by her owner and is a bit hissy right now. She is wondering why this happened and needs a new furever home.
Care Center Location: Manhattan
ZIP Code From: 10472
Intake Date: 11/19/17
Intake Type: Owner surrender
Medical Behavior: Red
Age: 2 years
Weight: 6 lbs
L V T Notes: 10:02 AM
Zoey was scheduled for an AM treatment of Simbadol 1.8mg/mL. Gave 0.4 mL SQ at 9:10AM from bottle #35
Also gave Robenacoxib 20mg/mL 0.3mL SQ
L V T Notes: 9:35 AM
Zoey was scheduled for an AM treatment of simbadol 1.8mg/mL. Gave 0.4mL SQ @ 8:45AM From bottle #35
Also gave Robenacoxib 0.3mL SQ
Vet Notes: 2:19 PM
-interactive and friendly
-no URI signs
-healthy, doing well post-op
L V T Notes: 9:15 AM
Zoey was scheduled for a morning treatment of Simbadol 1.8mg/mL. Gave 0.4mL SQ at 8:20am from bottle number 34.
Gave 0.3mL onsior SQ
Post Surgery Note: 7:29 PM
Ketamine 100mg/mL injectable, 0.30mL IM, once
Dexdomitor 0.5mg/mL injectable, 0.06mL IM, once
Butorphanol 10mg/mL injectable, 0.03mL, IM once
Anesthesia Notes: Place 22 gauge catheter in right cephalic. Size 3.0fr. ET tube placed. Adninistered propofol to effect and maintained general anesthesia throughout procedure on variable Isoflurane and 1L/min O2. Used non-rebreathing system with 1L bag. Fluid rate was 25 during surgery.
Robenicoxib 20mg/mL injectable, 0.30mL, SQ, once, for post operative pain relief. Given post operatively.
Simbadol 1.8mg/mL injectable, 0.40mL SQ, once, for post operative pain relief, given post operatively.
Vet Notes: 3:56 PM
Was this cat in heat, pregnant or have a pyometra? Possible early pregnancy or in heat. No vesicles seen, but uterus was slightly enlarged and turgid, and the uterine vessels were very enlarged.
Ventral Midline Incision
Ovaries Ligated with: Pedicle ties
Uterine Body Ligated with: 3-0 PDS in modified Miller’s knot. The suture was pulled tight and the knot cut through some of the uterine wall, so an additional modified Miller’s knot was placed below the first one.
Abdominal Closure: Linea – single cruciate stitch with 3-0 PDS. Skin – single intradermal stitch with 3-0 Monocryl.
Green Linear Tattoo Placed on Midline
Vet Notes: 3:53 PM
Pre-op exam – due to behavior, pt was only examined visually.
No coughing, sneezing, oral or nasal discharge.
Okay for spay today.
Vet Notes: 10:32 AM
DVM Intake Exam
Estimated age: 2y
Microchip noted on Intake? n
History : o surrender
Observed Behavior -hissing, trying to bite
Evidence of Cruelty seen -n
Evidence of Trauma seen -n
EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal or ocular discharge noted
Oral Exam: clean teeth
PLN: No enlargements noted
H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic
ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated
U/G: intact female, developed mg
MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, healthy hair coat
CNS: Mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities
Plan: ohe, rv
Okay for surgery
L V T Notes: 2:13 AM
5 yrs old reported
very nervous, hissing, swatting
Behavior Assessment Date:
Indoor and outdoor cat
Previously lived with: One adult
Behavior toward strangers: Shy. Will approach them to sniff, but will keep her distance and is observant. She will allow gentle petting on her head, but will not allow them to pick her up.
Behavior toward children: Respectful and will approach the child to sniff them. Will allow gentle petting on head, but will not allow them to pick her up.
Behavior toward cats: Interacted with cats on the street and was respectful and affectionate with them. Has never interacted with cats indoors.
Behavior toward dogs: Interacted with a large breed dog 3 years ago and was playful, chasing each other.
Bite or Scratch history: None
Litter box training: Yes, uses an uncovered litter box.
Energy level/descriptors: Zoey is a mellow, confident, and independent cat with a medium activity level.
Other notes: Zoey will allow someone to pick her up only if she wants to be picked up. If she does not want to be picked up she will run away.
Observed Behavior -hissing, trying to bite
Resting on bedding, facing away. Looked up and became alert when spoken to, wide-eyed, whiskers forward. Started grumbling when door opened. Leaned away when offered treats, then nipped assess-a-hand and hissed.
Resting in middle of cage, facing front. Became alert when door opened, eyes dilated. Sat up and started eating treats. Tolerated brief pets, then hissed, grumbled, backed away slightly.
Cage is recently cleaned
Reaction to assessor:
Zoey was hunched over, looking and sniffing around.
Reaction when softly spoken to:
Zoey looks at the assessor and grooms herself intermittently.
Reaction to cage door opening:
Zoey becomes stiff and alert.
Reaction to touch:
Zoey was hesitant, but she sniffs the assessor’s hand. She head-butts and leans against the hand, but hisses when the assessor touches her on the body, using her paws to bat the assessor’s hand repeatedly without nails. She grumbles and whines softly, but shows interest in interacting. She appears cautious, but will allow gentle strokes if she makes the first move.
Experienced, adult only
TM – Treatable-Manageable
Zoey tolerates attention and petting but may be fearful or stressed in the shelter, and may be intimidated by small children. She may need time to warm up to her new home and family. Due to the behaviors seen in the care center, we feel that this cat will do best in an experienced, adult only home.
Zoey is approximately a 5 year old black and white domestic short haired female cat. Zoey lived with previous owner for about 5 years and was surrendered because owner became ill and could no longer take care of her. Zoey has no injuries or health problems and has not been taken to the vet recently.
Previously lived with:
Zoey previously lived with one adult.
How is this cat around strangers?
Zoey is shy around strangers. Zoey will approach strangers and sniff them but will be observant and keep her distance. Zoey will allow soft pets on the head. Zoey will not allow strangers to pick her up.
How is this cat around children?
Zoey has only interacted with previous owner’s 9 year old niece. Zoey is respectful and will approach the 9 year old and sniff her. Zoey will allow pets on the head but will not allow to be picked up.
How is this cat around other cats?
Zoey was in indoors and outdoors cat. Zoey interacted with cats on the street and she was respectful and affectionate with them. Zoey has never interacted with another cat indoors.
How is this cat around dogs?
Zoey briefly interacted with a large dog about 3 years ago. Zoey was playful and they would both chase after each other.
During car rides, Zoey initially meows or cries but will eventually calm down and relax. When given a bath, Zoey will try to scratch and run away. Zoey has never had her nails trimmed or her coat brushed. Zoey is not bothered when being put into a carrier or when being disturbed as she sleeps. Zoey will allow someone to pick her up only if she wants to be picked up. If she does not want to be picked up she will run away.
Zoey has never bitten another animal or human.
Zoey has a medium energy level
Has this cat ever had any medical issues?
Zoey has no known medical issues.
For a New Family to Know
Zoey is a mellow, confident, and independent cat. Zoey enjoyed sitting by the carpeted steps in her previous home and tended to keep to herself in the home. Zoey was a mostly indoors cat but would go outside when the door was open. Zoey slept in her cat bed and was free-fed dry food every day. Zoey is litter box trained and used an uncovered litter box. Zoey also had a scratching post made out of carpet but she would sometimes scratch furniture.
Upon intake, Zoey allowed me to pick her up and take her out of her carrier. Zoey allowed to be collared and picture to be taken and allowed pets on the head. Once in the kennel, Zoey would come up to the door and allowed her chin to be scratched. With the door open, I pet Zoey’s head and all along the top of her body. She began purring and arched her butt up. When I tried petting her near her rear and back legs, she would turn around and bite my hand with very little pressure. If I continued to pet her, her tail would began to rattle and she would bite me again, with soft pressure.
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