Donations are being accepted to cover expenses for the kitten that officials said was choked and shot-up with heroin by a West Chester man last week.
The kitten, renamed Hope, is getting stronger, eating well and flea-free, according to Amy Shields, director of marketing at the HOPE Veterinary Clinic in Malvern.
"His eyes are certainly a lot more clear and brighter today," she said.
James P. Myers was arrested Tuesday on charges of animal cruelty, drug possession, and other offenses. The kitten, which he allegedly doped with heroin, was revived using a drug that reverses the effects of heroin overdoses.