TOBY – 22442
Safe - 3-15-2018 Brooklyn
SAFE 3/15/18 Toby is a gray tabby with strips, 1 years old, male. Toby was found as a stray kitten on the street. Owner is surrender Toby due to a financial struggle.
Toby 22442 – 1 ½ yr. male gray tabby, OS:
Tense body, at the back of the kennel. Slow blinks, then looks away. Seems uncomfortable, low body posture. Tolerates touch, follows hand when touched along body. Slowly starts to build up confidence. Comes forward, tail tucked, leans in for attention.
s this cat having litter box issues?NoIf yes, Please elaborate:No Litter box issues.
Basic Information:Toby is a gray tabby with strips, 1 years old, male. Toby was found as a stray kitten on the street. Owner is surrender Toby due to a financial struggle.
Previously lived with:1adult
How is this cat around strangers?When stranger come over the house he hides and keeps his distance. He does not come out until the stranger leaves. Toby will approach after becoming familiar with some and rub for attention.
How is this cat around children?Never lived with small children. Behavior is unknown around children.
How is this cat around other cats?Toby has lived with a female cat. The cats play together, lounge around the house together. Toby enjoys being around the other cat. When they are separated they meow for each other.
How is this cat around dogs?Never been around dogs. Behavior is unknown around dogs.
Behavior NotesToby has been bathed once when he was a litter but was fearful and struggles away. He displays the same behavior when trimming his nails. He always use his open litter box that he share with another cat. He scratch the wooden furniture around the house & also use his cardboard scratching post.
Bite history:Never had a bite history or scratch history.
Energy level/descriptors:low to medium
Has this cat ever had any medical issues?NoMedical NotesNo medical issues.
For a New Family to KnowToby is described as independent, affectionate and mellow. He likes to look out the window and follow the owner around the house. He likes to meow when seeking attention. He likes stuffed toy and mice toys. He has never been outside. He enjoys a diet of Ami’s dry cat food.
Behavior Notes:During intake Toby body was tense and seek to hid. He meow in the carrier but counselor was able to bring him out. He kept backing away and crouch his body down. Counselor when slowly and collard him. He allowed to be picked up and place in the cage.
Vet Notes: 3:34 PM
DVM Intake Exam
Estimated age: ~1-2yrs
Microchip noted on Intake? No
History : Owner surrender
Observed Behavior – Allows all handling, slightly tense
Evidence of Cruelty seen – no
Evidence of Trauma seen – no
P = WNL
R = WNL
EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal or ocular discharge noted
Oral Exam: Teeth clean, pink mm
PLN: No enlargements noted
H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic
ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated
MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, healthy hair coat
CNS: Mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities
Assessment: Apparently healthy
Plan: Continue to monitor while at BACC
Okay for surgery
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