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Kim Zolciak-Biermann Shows the Extent of Son Kash's Injury
The #DontBeTardy matriarch gives an update on her child's recovery.
Kim Zolciak-Biermann has finally shed more light on son Kash Biermann's injury after he was bitten by a dog at the end of April. The Don't Be Tardy matriarch posted a photo of her son's recovery at home on Tuesday following surgery and a hospital stay last month.
The photo, which may be a little graphic for some, shows a close-up of the 4-year-old's face with his left eye looking swollen and bruised, as well as a bandage in between his eyes. "Kash and our entire family want to Thank each and everyone of you for all your prayers! Kash has healed up incredibly and has perfect vision in his left eye. Stitches on his water line, and his eyeball was never touched!" Kim captioned the photo on Instagram. "God is Good! We are so incredibly thankful and blessed! In no time he will heal up perfectly and you will never know this happened! So thankful to Dr Joseph Williams (chief of plastic surgery) and Dr Berland (Tomas Eye Group) [for] their quick decisions and impeccable work doesn't go unnoticed. THANK YOU."
Kim also shared a video on Snapchat Tuesday showing herself and husband Kroy Biermann in the car with Kash in the backseat. "Kash looks so good!!" Kim captioned the video.
Kash looks happy and healthy in this still from a video on Kim's Snapchat.
Earlier this week, the Don't Be Tardy mom explained why she hasn't shared many details about the incident during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Sunday night. "I mean, he was just unfortunately bit by a dog. He's an animal lover. Like, I could see him being a vet at some point, that's how much he loves dogs, cats," Kim said. "I can't. I'm not able to discuss it. I've been advised not to at this point."
But Kim said that Kash is now "doing awesome." "He's doing great," Kim told Andy Cohen. "He actually has perfect vision in both eyes which is all we care about. The rest we can fix."
See the whole Biermann family in action, below.