OLIVIA – A0994211
Safe - 3-24-2016 Brooklyn Rescue: Feline Rescue of SI Please honor your pledges: http://felinerescueofstatenisland.org/donation/
***SAFE 03/24/16*** EBONY LADY DUMPED FOR NEW BABY!! It’s amazing how people think cats and babies can’t exist together when they have for centuries!! But OLIVIA’s owners didn’t want to take the time for proper introductions because it was easier to abandon her at the shelter…..OLIVIA has a lot to offer!! She’s only two years old, already SPAYED, and likes warm spots and stuffed toys!! PLEASE GIVE THIS GIRL THE LOVING HOME SHE DESERVES WITH RESPONSIBLE OWNERS!! Apply to FOSTER or ADOPT her NOW!! If you need assistance, email [email protected]
My name is OLIVIA. My Animal ID # is A0994211. – P
I am a spayed female black domestic sh. The shelter thinks I am about 2 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 03/19/2016 from NY 11216, owner surrender reason stated was NEW BABY.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
03/20/2016 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 15.3 LBS.
DEWORMED WITH PYRANTEL PAMOATE ORALLY- 1.5 ML APPLIED ACTIVYL TOPICALLY- 1 CC
03/19/2016 PET PROFILE MEMO
03/19/16 21:51 Basic Information: Olivia is a two year old black spayed domestic shorthair. She was surrendered by her owner due to a new baby in the home and no longer having the time to care for her. She is described as shy, talkative and affectionate. Socialization: Olivia has lived with two adults and one baby. Around strangers she is described as shyand takes several visits to the home before she becomes comfortable. Owner stated she engages in somewhat rough play with adults, owner stated he will scratch and swat. She has never been around childrenand was kept seperated from the baby in the home. She has not beenaround other cats or dogs. Behavior: Olivia has been urination outside her litterbox for the last few months. Owner stated she would urinate on her bed and believes it was due to the baby coming into the home and she was upset. Olivia was not bathed by owner and is not bothered when her nails are trimmed. She likes to be brushed and enjoys being held when she intiates contact. She will struggle when placed in a carrier. For a new family to know: Olivia’s activity level is described as medium in the home. Owner stated she likes to play with stuffed toys and chasing toys in the home. She has been kept only indoors and owner says she believes Olivia will do best in a quiet hoe without children. She sleeps on any soft warm corner of the house and when her owner is home likes to stay in her favorite spot. She mostly litterbox trained and uses clumping litter and a hooded litterbox. She had several scratching posts in the home but owner stated he would claw at the walls. Upon intake Olivia was tense and retreated to the back of the carrier. She attempted to flee once outside the carrier.
No Web Memo
03/22/2016 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPNOCHILD
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
As per previous owner, Olivia has lived with two adults and one baby. Around strangers she is described as shy and takes several visits to the home before she becomes comfortable.Olivia engages in somewhat rough play with adults. She has not been around other cats or dogs. She has also never been around children and was kept seperated from the baby in the home. Olivia has been urinating outside her litterbox for the last few months. Olivia would urinate on her bed and believes it was due to the baby coming into the home. Reaction to assessor: Olivia hissed at the assessor and had wide eyes When spoken quietly: Olivia continued to hiss at the assessor Reaction to door cage opening: Olivia remains motionless Reaction to touch: Olivia allows petting and start roll around Try picking cat up: Did not attempt Olivia’s previous owner reports that she was eliminating outside the litterbox but we are unaware of what, if any, modification steps were taken to try and address this behavior. Please note as well that Olivia’s previous living situation with a new baby in the home may have contributed to the behavior seen. We cannot be sure whether this behavior will continue in a different home environment, but we recommend that potential adopters be comfortable with management and modification techniques for elimination outside the litterbox should this behavior continue in a home environment. We also recommend that Olivia be provided with numerous litterboxes throughout the house as she adjusts to her new living space. The extra boxes can be removed as she learns the space and successfully defecates in her main litterbox. Behavior Determination: Experience No Child At the time of the assessment Olivia was displaying conflicted behavior. Olivia did not come to the front of the kennel and hisses at the assessor but and tolerates all petting. Olivia is displaying behavior appropriate for experienced cat parents with no children.
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
03/20/2016 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
sedated with 0.2 ml telazol as per 1154 03/20/16 11:45 pm Microchip: Positive # 985112003696369 Sex: Spayed Age 2 yr 2 months BARH AMBX4 Eyes: Clear / wnl Ears: Clean/ wnl Nose: Clear / wnl Teeth: Very Slight dental tartar BCS: 4 Skin: APH / WNL Hair Coat: WNL Any injuries: None present Behavior: Hiwssing, growling, try to bite and scratch Medication: None NOSF
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