Animal Profile


Hello, my name is Oakley. My animal id is #17699. I am a male orange tabby cat at the . The shelter thinks I am about 5 years 2 weeks old.

I came into the shelter as a stray on 05-Jan-2018.


Someone has already placed a deposit on me. I'm no longer available.

Oakley is at risk for medical reasons, having been diagnosed with Upper Respiratory Infection, which is contagious to other cats. Behaviorally, we have no concerns for Oakley, whom we believe would be suitable even for beginner cat homes.

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My medical notes are...

Weight: 10.3125 lbs


[LVT Intake Exam] Microchip Scan: negative, placed 981020019268221 Evidence of Cruelty: no Observed Behavior: allowed all handling but tense and painful Sex: intact male Estimated Age: appx 5y Subjective: dirty haircoat and puncture wound to LHL (through top and bottom of foot, soft tissue swelling and serosanguinous d/c, weight bearing Eyes: clear Ears: clean Oral Exam: moderate staining Heart: WNL Lungs: WNL Abdomen: WNL Musculoskeletal: WNL 5.5/9 Mentation: BARH Preliminary Assessment: seemingly healthy animal aside from wound Plan: DVM intake, 0.4ml onsior SQ overnight with novalsan soak and "medical is aware" sign placed in holding (TBD if into medical)


woodslamp- negative took sample for ringworm culture- stored in incubator


Oakley was given 0.4ml of Convenia SQ on 1/8 pm


Hair and skin scraping samples taken from areas of alopecia and margins surrounding. Sent to idexx for PCR.


RV administered RHL


DVM Intake Exam Estimated age: mature adult, 3-5 yr Microchip noted on Intake? scan negative Microchip Number (If Applicable): placed on intake # 981020019268221 History: abandoned/stray Subjective: BAR, mildly dehydrated Observed Behavior - calm, allowed PE, sensitive to injury but not aggressive Evidence of Cruelty seen - no Evidence of Trauma seen - yes, left rear paw Objective HR/RR wnl BCS 5/9 EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal or ocular discharge noted Oral Exam: nsf PLN: No enlargements noted H/L: nsf, NSR, NMA, CRT < 2; Lungs clear, eupnic ABD: mildly distended gaseous on palp, non-painful, no masses palp. U/G: intact male, nsf MSI: Ambulatory x 4, moderated swelling/painful left rear paw with mild serosanguineous discharge from small wound on bottom also has scabbing and alopecia on dorsal aspect of the same paw; alopecia on medial right elbow; heavy flea dirt; mildly dirty coat CNS: Mentation appropriate - no signs of neurologic abnormalities Rectal: externally normal Assessment: - flea dirt - mildly dehydrated - left rear paw wound/infection + pain - alopecia Prognosis: good Plan: clean and monitor wound + 1 ml Clavamox (62.5 mg/ml) PO BID x 10 days + 0.4 ml Onsior SQ SID x 3 days + rec' Wood's lamp test alopecia + RW culture Surgery: Ok for neuter surgery


Hx: small wound and patch of alopecia noted on LH paw on intake; started on clavamox S/O -BAR, interactive and friendly; mewing constantly at front of cage -good appetite -2 episodes of liquid brown diarrhea within 30 minutes this morning -mm pk, moist -no nasal discharge or sneezing -eupnic -soft abdomen -LH: small wound with patch of alopecia on dorsal aspect of paw; no significant swelling or discharge A 1. Wound, healing well 2. Diarrhea-r/o secondary to clavamox vs stress vs other P -d/c clavamox, give convenia 0.4 ml SQ -fortiflora SID x 7 days -monitor for persistent diarrhea, if noted, then add metronidazole and consider fecal exam


S/O -BAR, appears docile and friendly -good appetite -large slightly soft stool in box -no nasal discharge or sneezing -OU: open and clear -wound on LH paw appears to be resolving with no discharge or swelling noted A 1. Diarrhea-r/o secondary to clavamox vs other 2. Wound, healing well P -CWCT


Recheck wound on LH, also had episode of diarrhea on 1/8 so clavamox was d/c and he was given convenia S/O -QAR, less interactive than usual -good appetite -episode of diarrhea reported this morning but cage was cleaned prior to exam -mild sniffling, reportedly sneezed twice yesterday -OU: mild blepharospasm -eupnic -LH: small wound with patch of alopecia and erythema on LH; no significant swelling or discharge; appears fully weight bearing A 1. Wound, healing well 2. URI 3. Diarrhea, r/o stress vs secondary to URI vs other P -move to isolation -cerenia 0.4 ml SQ SId x 2 days -monitor for persistent diarrhea -due to high suspicion of a viral URI, we do not recommend treating with antibiotics unless mucoid nasal discharge develops or course is prolonged or severe


Was placed on Clavamox for a wound on LH; noted to have diarrhea so clavamox was d/c and he was given a convenia injection and started on fortiflora S/O -QAR, docile and friendly but less interactive than usual -good appetite -no diarrhea in cage or reported -soft sneezing, serous nasal discharge -eupnic -soft abdomen A 1. Diarrhea-r/o secondary to clavamox vs secondary to URI vs sress vs chronic GI P -extend fortiflora -cerenia 0.4 ml SQ SID x 2 days -nebulize SID x 3 days


Recheck URI, day 7 in isolation; suspected viral URI initially so no antibiotics added; has had diarrhea intermittently and started on metronidazole yesterday S/O -BAR, friendly, allows handling -great appetite -large soft but formed stool in box -no obvious nasal discharge but significant nasopharyngeal congestion -OU: mild blepharospasm -eupnic -wound on LH paw appears to be resolving A 1. Wound, resolving 2. URI 3. Diarrhea P -initially suspected viral URI, appears to be improving but slowly; will add doxycycline and monitor for improvement or worsening -doxycycline 0.9 ml PO SID x 10 days


Recheck URI, day 10 in iso: S/O: BARH - e/d well - mild serous nasal discharge + sneeze observed A: mild resolving URI P: cwct and recheck


Persistent diarrhea, started on fortiflora; episode of diarrhea reported last night S/O -QAR, more interactive than was on previous exam -moderate appetite, no diarrhea in cage or reported this morning -no nasal discharge or sneezing -OU: mild blepharospasm -appears eupnic -soft abdomen A 1. URI-possibly resolved 2. Diarrhea-r/o stress vs diet change vs doxycycline vs parasites vs chronic GI disease (IBD vs other) P -metronidazole 1 ml PO BID x 7 days -if diarrhea persists or reoccurs, then recommend fecal float +/- diet trial with hypoallergenic diet


re wt from 9.0 to 10.5

Details on my behavior are...

Behavior Condition: 2. Blue

Upon intake, Oakley has a tense body when I pet him inside of his carrier. After Oakley was outside of his carrier, he allowed me to collar him and pet him along the top of his body. Oakley allowed me to pick him up and place him into his kennel where he remained in the front and allowed me to pet him through the door.

Date of Intake: 1/5/2018

Basic Information:: Oakley is approximately a 3 year old male orange tabby and white domestic short haired cat. Oakley was found as a stray who had been outside of a building for 3 weeks. Oakley was surrendered by finder's friend because she did not want Oakley to stay out in the cold. Oakley has no injuries or apparent health issues.

Previously lived with:: Unknown

How is this cat around strangers?: Oakley did not allow finder to catch him as he would run away but followed a can of food into the carrier.

How is this cat around children?: Unknown

How is this cat around other cats?: Unknown

How is this cat around dogs?: Unknown

Behavior Notes: Unknown

Bite history:: Unknown

Energy level/descriptors:: Unknown

Medical Notes: Unknown

For a New Family to Know: Unknown

KNOWN HISTORY:: Oakley was brought in as a stray, so we don't have any behavioral history or tendencies in a home environment.

MEDICAL BEHAVIOR:: 1/6/18 Observed Behavior - Quiet, allows full exam

ENRICHMENT NOTES:: 01/07/18 Crouched over by the front, calm and relaxed. Ears tilt slightly sideways when spoken to and was hesitant of touch initially, but he accepts gentle strokes. He is a bit tense, but is very treat motivated and becomes lively; sniffs around to get more treats. Doesn't seem to mind attention while eating treats.

Cage Condition:: No change

Reaction to assessor:: Oakley engages when approached by the assessor.

Reaction when softly spoken to:: Oakley remains soft in place.

Reaction to cage door opening:: Oakley seeks affection, leans forward with tail up and remains at the front of the cage, soft and relaxed.

Reaction to touch:: Oakley head-butts the assessor's hand and appreciates petting on the head and body.

Reaction to being picked up:: Allows the pickup and remains calm.


VOCAL:: Talkative

CHARACTER TYPE: : Calm,Sweet,Affectionate


Behavior Asilomar: H - Healthy

BEHAVIOR SUMMARY:: Oakley interacts with the Assessor, solicits attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting. This cat can go to a beginner home.