Animal care staff identified female bobcat Ollie via a transponder chip.(Amy Enchelmeyer, Smithsonian's National Zoo) ( Amy Enchelmeyer/Smithsonian's National Zoo)

Ollie is okay, except for the two stitches in her left paw.

The National Zoo said Thursday that a veterinarian conducted a thorough examination on the 25-pound bobcat that escaped Monday and was recaptured Wednesday.

And aside from a stitched-up cut on the paw, she seemed to be fine.

Ollie was anesthetized Thursday afternoon and Zoo veterinarian James Steeil conducted the physical. She also got feline booster vaccines, including a rabies booster, the zoo said.

(Claritza Jimenez/The Washington Post)

She will stay under observation at the zoo’s hospital for a few more days to make sure she doesn’t have any respiratory illness.

Ollie appears to have escaped through a small opening in the mesh net that encloses her habitat Monday morning. It has since been repaired.

After officials searched for her in vain at the zoo and surrounding neighborhoods, she was recaptured in a humane trap on zoo grounds Wednesday afternoon.