by Brittany Dell'Aglio-Mitchell
Executive Leadership, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team
Tens of thousands of cats are euthanized each year solely because they have been diagnosed with ringworm, a highly contagious but highly treatable skin infection about as serious as Athlete’s Foot. Learn how to set up a ward where affected kitties can be isolated from other animal populations and treated until they are cleared of the disease and ready for adoption. Presented by Brittany Dell’Aglio-Mitchell, this program was part of the American Pets Alive! 2015 No-Kill Conference.
About Brittany Dell'Aglio-Mitchell Following the adoption of her cat from Austin Pets Alive!, Brittany Dell'Aglio-Mitchell began volunteering with their fledgling Ringworm Ward in 2011. Soon after she stepped into the role of Ward Manager and helped the program grow to care for and treat an estimated 250 cats in 2013. She lives with her husband and their rescue dog and two cats, both of whom are Ringworm Ward graduates.