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This lone cheetah appeared severely affected by mange with evident alopecia on his belly and neckPrognosis for a fully recovery is goodHe woke up within two minutes of reversal and moved back to the thicketAspirates from this swelling confirmed this was an abscess
This lone cheetah appeared severely affected by mange with evident alopecia on his belly and neck
photo taken on 6/12/2017


Prognosis for a fully recovery is good
photo taken on 6/12/2017


He woke up within two minutes of reversal and moved back to the thicket
photo taken on 6/12/2017


Aspirates from this swelling confirmed this was an abscess
photo taken on 6/12/2017


 Careful examination revealed a swelling on his right inguinal areahe vet darted the animal from a vehicle and it took ten minutes for the drugs to take full effectThis lion, christened Caesar, is son to the famous NotchThe Achilles tendon was severed which affected the movement of the leg
Careful examination revealed a swelling on his right inguinal area
photo taken on 6/12/2017


he vet darted the animal from a vehicle and it took ten minutes for the drugs to take full effect
photo taken on 6/12/2017


This lion, christened Caesar, is son to the famous Notch
photo taken on 6/12/2017


The Achilles tendon was severed which affected the movement of the leg
photo taken on 5/23/2017


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