Thank you for the relpies everyone. Madeleine was released from the hospital this morning. What a difference 48 hours make. After the initial swelling from the scratches and bites went down, the damage looks less severe.
The plastic surgeon doesn't feel that any of the scars on her face will be permanent. He said it can take years for them to go away, but they will likely not be noticible by her teenage years. Her nipple is still a big mystery to us, though. The doctors explained that the tissue we call a "nipple" on a toddler (its the size of a pencil lead) is not necessarily the same tissue that becomes a nipple during puberty. I guess there are so many physiological changes associated with breast development, we can't really know if there will be any deformity in her adult breast. It's just a wait and see now.
I, too, hope Shannon finds a good home. I cannot imagine what caused him to attack a sleeping child. He was neutered last Wednesday and our only theory right now is some sort of anxiety/agression caused by that. We'll never know for sure, I suppose, but won't take the risk of bringing him into our home again.
Madeleine, fortunately, has not been afraid of Ruby since she got home. She is happy and active today and only cries when I have to give her antibiotics or change her bandages. Otherwise, you'd think nothing happened to her. I guess that's what youth does for you...
Again, thanks for all of your kind words and support.