Tuesday, October 14, 2014

NYC: 22 Teeny Kittens Who Need You at BACC!

From: "Gregg Mayer" <wellbeings77@macgreggor.com>
Date: Oct 13, 2014 1:45 PM
Subject: FW: 22 Teeny Kittens Who Need You at BACC!
To: "All Sentient Beings (All Sentient Beings)" <wellbeings77@gmail.com>
Cc:


KITTENS IN SICK ROOM WITH URI:

Pair: Mike & Ike A1017237, 238 – 9 week old brown tabbies:
 
Green behavior
QUIET
SEVERE OCULAR DISCHARGE.
CONJUNCTIVAL HYPEREMIA 3+ OU.
LARGE AMOUNT OF NASAL DISCHARGE.
5% DEHYDRATED.

ADDING NEBULIZE.
ADD NUTRICAL.
ADS SQF.
MONITOR DAILY.
IF NO IMPROVEMENT WITH EYES IN 24 HRS, SWITCH TO OFLOXACIN.
SEEK PLACEMENT.


Litter of 5: Lance, Lenny, Lisa, Lewis, Leslie A1017097, 96, 95, 94, 93 – 5 week olds:
      

cleaned occular and nasal discharge
applied erythromycin
as per dr. spector ok to start on tx
0.2mls doxy po sid x10days
applied frontline spray; flea dirt noted
allowe hnadling but was hissing and trying to flee
barh
nosf


KITTENS CURRENTLY HEALTHY:

Dots A1016977 – 10 week male black/white:
Scanned negative
Intact male, approx 9 weeks
fleas noted and treated with activyl
bar
fractious, trying to bite, trying to strike, aggressive, required restraint in order to examine



Matthew A1017136 – 5 week male brown tabby:
Green behavior
Scan negative
Male intact
Tolerates all handling
AMB X 4
BARH



Patches A1016543 – 14 week male white/black tabby:
Male intact
Does not tolerate any handling hissing, growling, striking, attacking
Sedated with 0.05cc telazol for examination
AMB X 4
BARH


China A1016743 – 14 week female black/white kitten:
FEMALE
3 MONTHS OLD ~
PHYSICAL EXAM
EETN-NO EYE OR NASAL DISCHARGE -EARS WNL
SKIN-FLEAS NOTED (FRONTLINE APPLIED)
ALLOWS HANDLING, BUT VERY SCARED TRYING TO RUN WAYA AND HISSING
BARH
NOSF



Molly A1017288 – 5 week female Tortie/Bombay:
Green behavior
Female
Tolerates all handling
AMB X 4
BARH



Beauty A1016776 – 11 week female Tortie:
Cat Name: Beauty

Reason for surrender: Too many pets

Relationship: owned for two months

People: Beauty lived with adults and has been around children. Beauty is friendly, relaxed, and affectionate around everyone she meets.

Other Animals: Beauty lived in a house with other cats. Belle is tolerant around her litter mates.

Personality/Habits: Beauty activity level is mostly high. She likes to play with wands, balls, strings, stuffed toys. Beauty will scratch on scratching post and furniture that's made out of rough rope. When home with Beauty she likes to follow you around and she likes to be picked up and held.

Training: Beauty is mostly indoors and is litter box trained. Beauty litter is usually made out of clay and the litter box has a hood on it.

Feeding: Beauty eats any dry food brand that's left out for her all day.

Behavior upon intake: Belle was hiding but allowed all handling.

scan negative
female, ~10weeks
BARH
BCS 3/5
scared. hissing and appears to be ready to scratch. did exam slowly.


Italy A1016742 – 14 week male Bombay:
MALE
3 MONTHS OLD ~
PHYSICAL EXAM
EETN-NO EYE OR NASAL DISCHARGE -EARS WNL
SKIN-FLEAS NOTED (FRONTLINE APPLIED)
ALLOWS HANDLING, BUT VERY SCARED TRYING TO RUN AWAY AND HISSING
BARH
NOSF


Hotsauce A1016206 – 12 week female Calico:
BAR.  BCS 3/9.  TIMID

PE: EENT WNL (NO CONCERNS OBSERVED WITH LEFT EYE), PLN WNL, ORAL EXAM WNL, THORACIC AUSC WNL, ABD PALP WNL,M/S WNL, SKIN/HAIR FLEAS OBSERVED.  NOSF

PLAN;  MINIMAL CONCERNS ON EXAM.  CONTINUED MONITORING WHILE AT BROOKLYN ACC.


Lorel A1007112 – 5 month neutered brown tabby, OS:

NAME: Lorel

REASON FOR SURRENDER
Client had to return her cat because she has to move and unfortunatley they do not accept any pets.

RELATIONSHIP
Client has owned Lorel for 1 month.

PEOPLE
Lorel lived in a household with 2 adults. The client's grandchildren often came around and she describes Lorel's behavior as tolerating the children. Client stated the children pick him up and hold him and after a short while he tries to get away. She also said that when playing with the children, Lorel plays somewhat rough.

OTHER ANIMALS
Lorel didn't live nor interacted with any other under the care of the prior owner.

PERSONALITY/HABITS
Lorel is described as a cat that has a high activity level. He is often caught doing things he is not supposed to be doing such as on counter tops, scratching furniture and pulling at drapes. Lorel did have a rough rope/carpet vertical scratching post, but he barely paid any attention to it. Client stated that Lorel could play all day long. Lorel enjoys playing with balls, chasing toys, and stuffed toys. Lorel does follow people around while in the house and he always seeks atention. Client states when she sits down on the counch, Lorel would come and sit on her! Lorel enjoys to eat both wet and dry food Science Diet brand. Lorel had his own bed within his prior home and this is where he spent his down time. Lorel does not enjoy car rides and vomited in his cage on his way to the shelter.

TRAINING
Lorel is not successfully litterbos trained. His prior litterbox was hooded, and was filled with clumping litter.

MEDICAL
Lorel has no health issues the prior owner was aware of.

BEHAVIOR DURING INTAKE
Lorel was very tense during intake. His eyes were open wide with his pupils dialated. An admissions counselor tried to touch him and he growled and hissed. The prior owner had to collar him and transfer him into a box carrier because he would not allow anyone else to.

SCAN POSITIVE:985112003322894
BRIGHT, ALERT, RESPONSIVE, HYDRATED
PHYSICAL EXAM-
Highly aggressive, hissing/growling and raises paw to strike
Sedated with telazol 0.1mL IM to examine
Neutered
NSF



Pair: Willie & Alex A1017274, 75 – 7 week olds:
 
female,~7week
BARH
BCS 2.5/5
eating well
trying to flee, but allows handling when scruffed


Pair: Sammy & Dean A1017200, 202 – 9 week olds:
Scan negativw
male intact
TOlerates handling but fearful
AMB X 4
BARH


Pair: Freddie & Timmy A1016513, 511 – 14 week olds:
Scanned negative
Intact male approx 3 months old
applied activyl
bar
tense, trying to flee, allowed handling with gentle restraint.
2 kittens together:
A1016511, 513