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Dr. Susan Little Honored by the Winn Feline Foundation

Dr. Susan Little Honored by the Winn Feline Foundation
Presenting Dr. Susan Little with an award of appreciation on behalf of the Board of Directors and the Scientific Advisory Panel of the Winn Feline Foundation.  And you too can express your thanks…..keep reading….. I recall when Dr. Susan Little first asked me to join the board of the Winn Feline Foundation, it was over pizza... Read more »

Jackson Galaxy on Winn Feline Foundation

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Jackson Galaxy from Animal Planet’s “My Cat From Hell” and certified animal behavior consultant, TV/radio personality and columnist Steve Dale – a longtime Board Member – chat informally about the Winn Feline Foundation. They agree that every cat alive today has been touched by advances in medicine supported at one time or another by the Winn... Read more »

Chicago Dog Show; Service Dogs and PTSD; Have We Seen Your Cat Lately? WGN Petcast

Chicago Dog Show; Service Dogs and PTSD; Have We Seen Your Cat Lately? WGN Petcast
If you enjoyed  the Westminster Dog Show, check out the International Kennel Club of Chicago Dog Show, which will be at McCormick Place February 23-24. Susan Olsen, show chair from the dog show describes the long list of activities associated with the show, everything from a nose work demonstrations, to nearly 30 breed rescue groups to demos... Read more »
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Kitty Dance

Check Out 2011 WINN Feline Foundation FIP Smyposium; Back In Time to 2002 FIP Winn Feline FIP Symposium

Check Out 2011 WINN Feline Foundation FIP Smyposium; Back In Time to 2002 FIP Winn Feline FIP Symposium
The Winn Feline Foundation held their 33rd Annual Symposium on June 23, and the subject was feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). Speaking at this event, rock star veterinarians and longtime FIP researchers, Dr. Al Legendre and Dr. Niels Pedersen.This Symposium is available (at no charge) for the public to hear – LISTEN HERE. The Winn Feline... Read more »

WINNing the FIP Fight: Winn Feline Foundation Symposium: One Last Chance for a Seat

Dr. Al Legendre University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine talks about feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) in cats. This is a sort of preview to the Winn Feline Foundation Symposium: WINNing the FIP Fight, which is coming up soon, June 23, Reston, VA. There may be a few available seats if you act soon. Really... Read more »
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WINNing the FIP Fight: Winn Feline Foundation Symposium

American Humane Association’s Adopt A Cat Month celebrates what we’re learning about cat health. The worst thing that can happen to any cat is feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) – it’s a fatal disease, and worst of all it mostly affect little babies, kittens. WINNing the FIP Fight, sign up for the symposium….space is dwindling (the... Read more »

Hugging the Kitten

Hugging is usually considered a primate thing….but not always. 

A Cat Lover's Valentine's Day

What no Valentine? Did you forget to buy a card or a gift for the big day? If your Valentine happens to be a cat lover, I have a gift idea from the heart, for the heart. Give to the Ricky Fund. A surprisingly common cause of death among adult cats is called feline hypertrophic... Read more »
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Mandatory Spay/Neuter FAILS in California - Here's the Proof

Mandatory spay/neuter has failed in California. A small percent of animal rights proponents attempted very hard to push through MSN in Chicago. Given this data, I am more glad today than ever that they failed. Their primary arguments – Mandatory spay/neuter could mean more people letting their pets go, or bringing them into shelters. In... Read more »