12:30pm - Regular vet visit. Pharaoh looks good. Vet looks him over. Looks the incision over. Perfect.
8:30pm - I notice the incision looks a little red.
9:00pm - Jeff gets home and I tell him not to take the cone off the Pharaoh. He looks at Pharaoh and says, "I'm taking him back to the emergency vet." I look and about half of the incision has popped open.
10:0pm - Jeff is home with Pharaoh. None of the interior stitches were harmed. The vet re-glued the incision back together.
3:30am - I get home.
4:00am - I hear licking and discover Isis has Pharaoh on his back and is licking his belly. It looked like just the lower half but Isis gets punted from the room.
11:00am - Jeff and I talk. We decide to take the advice of a friend and we do something drastic.
This is the incision. We don't want it to pop open again.
Pharaoh meet onesie. Onesie meet Pharaoh. I can't decide if this is a look of approval or horror.
It was surprisingly easy to put on him. Pharaoh wears a 6 month old size onesie. So far, it seems to be working well and everyone seems happier that the cone has gone by the wayside.