My cat has a gloving injury what can i do?

Cats My cat has a gloving injury what can i do?, Ok yes i know this is a odd question. My cat came home couple days ago with a degloving injury to his lower mandible. For you that don't know what ...


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24-11-08, 21:41
  My cat has a gloving injury what can i do?
Ok yes i know this is a odd question. My cat came home couple days ago with a degloving injury to his lower mandible. For you that don't know what that is it is when the skin is separated from live underlying tissue. Another word my cat skin that runs along the bottom of his mouth has separated from his gum line. Hanging down from his lower jaw another words. I took him to a vet and they stitched it up but a day later i came home from work and it was back like it was. It looks very clean but should not be like that. My question is is their n e way that it will grow back in any way or will it HAVE TO be reconnected. The reason y i am asking is i already payed 100 dollars to get that done. I am contacting the vet tomorrow to see what they can do. I was just wanting to see if any body have ever seen it and delt with it before? He is sorta a rare breed and very special cat. He is a tonkinese. White haired cross eyed cat. Very loving lap cat with a wild personality for a cat. I would like to keep him but if that is all that they can do is stitching him up i was just wanting to know if it could possibly heal on its own. I think i already know the answer. But thx for the help.
the problem is i have already attempted it once and have no car and the vet is 50 miles a way from me. So i am in between a rock and a hard spot.
A friend took me but he cant do n e thing to help me till Monday afternoon.


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