Eli’s AHS Glow-up!

April 4, 2022

Eli’s Glow-up at AHS!

A little puffball, barely resembling a kitten arrived at the shelter just 4 days before the New Year. Eli was a teensy little kitten when he arrived at the shelter in December. With a terrible case of ringworm and tufts of hair growing in patches here and there, you could barely tell this boy was a kitten, he looked more like ET! You can see his amazing progress of healing through his pictures. Eli’s progression of healing has been a long journey consisting of constant care from our staff for this fungal infection, as it is for most animals with ringworm. Eli was barely 3 months old when he arrived and has grown into a happy, sweet 6 month old kitten. Now this adorable boy definitely looks like the cute kitten he is and is looking for the perfect family to take him home!!
What a journey it’s been for young Eli, now he’s onto his next big step in life- adoption!!!

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