YES! Shrine is now home, again, after a successful maxillofacial surgery, and now is being lovingly taken care of by his kids. The interior of his face is now well on its road of recovery. To reconstruct the damage to his facial skull, he has now three titanium plates in there, holding together the broken facial bones, one around his left eye, and the others in the cheek area below. Recovery now entails the muscles rebuilding over the plates and other damaged areas, including the muscles which all the bones of his jaw are connected to. This is the reconstruction that continues now, by his amazing body which over time, builds the muscles, strengthens the bones. Shrine is home in full resting and recovery mode, with a puddle of black cat love in his lap. He is so grateful for a wonderful hospital experience at Eisenhower, for his nurses, the specialists on the surgical team, his amazing and very caring surgeon Dr. Chisholm, and overwhelmingly for Dr. Brian Herman who made it all possible.