In addition to resting The Arrow Fund said Hank is tolerating food well and is now able to eat five ounces of canned food every four hours.
The organization learned about Hank after neighbors in the Clifton neighborhood found him searching for food.
When Hank first arrived at Blue Peal Hospital to receive treatment he was extremely weak and his liver values came in at 800, much higher than normal which is under 100. The Arrow Fund said the high value was likely due to malnutrition and since eating regularly his liver values have dropped to 600.
The Arrow Fund is working with Louisville Metro Police in the case. Anyone with information is asked to call the anonymous tip line at (502) 574-LMPD.
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