KYLO REN – 23851
Safe - 3-31-2018 Manhattan
SAFE 3/31/18 KYLO REN was brought into the ACC with an injury which is a superficial degloving/ulcerative wound along R chest and extending along flank and thigh. He has an adopter who is interested once his stray hold is up but we would like to network him in case something falls through.
Kylo Ren – 23851
2Yrs (approx) – Male
Domestic Short Hair Cross
3/29 S/O -BAR, interactive and hyperaffectionate -good appetite -mm pk, moist -no nasal discharge or sneezing -OU: open and clear -superficial degloving/ulcerative wound along R chest and extending along flank and thigh; cranial most aspect of wound near R axilla has large eschar overlying wound with open/ulcerative area just caudal; small areas of epidermal necrosis over ulcerative area; mild fibrinous discharge but otherwise tissue appears healthy A Superficial degloving injury
3/30 Majority of wound should heal by second intention as eschar present, but the part of the lesion near RFL with moist discharge and raised part of eschar needs wound treatment.
Behavior info: 3/28 Resting on bedding, soft eyes and posture, slowly kneading in place. Stood when door opened, ate offered treats. When done, head-butted, leaned and arched into pets, purred.
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