Cass went ahead and sets his back on the kitchen counter and sits down next to him in a chair, getting out a small cloth and a bottle of water, soaking it and cleaning the wound, not wanting to use any chemicals in fear of harming the wound and irritating the skin as well.
"oh its okay ill clean it up. Once we're done with this you need to clean up and get some rest. i have a bedroom upstairs you can use for now" he says calmly, focusing on his wound. He only had one of open, the scarred one shut most of the time so his vision was limited.
Pulling fishing line through the needle and a pair of tweezers, looking at his face as he closed his eyes before he punctures the skin.
The fishing line was just about all he had so it was a lot thicker and it was more painful.
He cringes almost every time he pulls the needle through his irritated flesh, the string tugging the skin to bond each sides of the would together.
"ive got a few questions if that's alright with you" he says calmly "maybe it will offer a distraction to the pain so you don't have to focus on that" he states as he pulls the needle through yet another piece of flesh. "how long have you been on your own?" Cass asks, trying to be as calm as possible. He was rather good with wounds and comforting people but it was a little different when you don't even trust this person yet.
Jesse sighs, putting the gun down and holstering it "I'm not going to hurt it-him" she corrects herself, looking at him a little longer.
Her eyes widen when the kid looks just past her. She gets a better look at his eyes as well, the fogginess in them a good giveaway. Though the orange color sure was unique.
oh shit he's blind! she comes to the realization and immediately feels awfully stupid about it.
She wasn't about to say thank you so instead she turns around and starts looking for the machete she had dropped earlier. She soon finds it and rounds the RV, the door facing the man and his child.
"get in before you get sick" she says, her voice making her sound really grumpy but she really couldn't care any less.