UPDATE: He was Feline Leukemia and AIDS negative. No other damage shown via X-rays at this time either. He was taken out of the O2 cage and is breathing on his own and stable. He is currently on IV fluids, electrolytes and pain medication until a specialty surgeon comes to work on Monday. His jaw, as shown above, is taped to help with pain an movement. He has two major jaw fractures and will require surgery and a feeding tube. Pupils are normally dilated and he is responsive to touch and tries to crawl around. May have a pelvic fracture -- however no surgery is needed for that and it should heal on its own.
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