PIQUE – 33050 & SILVA – 33051
Safe - 9-27-2018 Brooklyn
SAFE 9/27/18 Two kittens need a foster home. They may not be littermates although they came in together.
Pique 33050 – (SAFE – ADOPTED 7/22/18)
Silva 33051 (SAFE – ADOPTED 9/27/18)
Care Center Location: Brooklyn
ZIP Code From: 10307
Intake Type: Stray
Medical Behavior: Green
Age: 6 weeks & 4 weeks
Sex: 2 Males
Weight: 1 lb 12.8 oz & 1 lb 1.28 oz
Pique’s LVT Intake Exam, please reach out to New Hope for full info
Microchip Scan: negative
Evidence of Cruelty: no
Observed Behavior: Quiet but curious, does not solicit attention, allows all handling
Estimated Age: 6 weeks
Subjective: stray, no medical history; came with 33051 but may or may not be litter mates due to differences in size and overall health.
Ears: waxy; cleaned
Oral Exam: teeth white, gums pink
Abdomen: mildly swollen “worm belly”
Musculoskeletal: no injuries noted
Preliminary Assessment:healthy kitten under two pounds eating on own
Plan: Foster to 8 weeks. DVM if possible.
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