Posts tagged "Kidney disease cats"

Kidney Disease in Senior Cats

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Early diagnosis is the best secret to dealing with kidney disease or renal insufficiency in cats, says feline veterinarian Dr. Susan Little, editor of “The Cat: Clinical Medicine & Management” and past president of the Winn Feline Foundation. She explains what this disease is, how common it is, and what to look for.   Type... Read more »

Winn Feline Foundation Symposium & Board Meeting

Our Betty White, Dr. Vicki Thayer, president Winn Feline Foundation calls the meeting to order, at her left Fred Jacobberger  and new Treasurer Vickie Fisher
Winn Feline Foundation is the only organization on the planet that solely supports cat health studies. Money raised since 1968 have helped investigators to learn about infectious diseases, diabetes, heart disease, some types of cancers and much more in cats – even what essential amino acids domestic cats require in their diets. These images are... Read more »

Winn Feline Foundation Symposium Focuses on Cat Health, New Frontiers, Old Diseases

Winn Feline Foundation Symposium Focuses on Cat Health, New Frontiers, Old Diseases
The Winn Feline Symposium offers the latest cutting edge information on cat health to cat breeders, veterinary professionals and the general cat loving public. No strings attached (to chase after).  This years 35th Annual Winn Feline Foundation Symposium is “New Frontiers for Old Disease,” June 27 4 to 6:30 p.m. at the Vancouver, WA Hilton.... Read more »
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Winn Feline Foundation Awards $174,018 In Feline Health Grants

Winn Feline Foundation Awards $174,018 In Feline Health Grants
Hillsborough, NJ: The Winn Feline Foundation has announced the award of ten feline medical research grants. Winn President Vicki Thayer, DVM, commented, “We are excited about the proposals that have received funding. Our team of expert veterinary consultants helped the Foundation select ten projects for funding for a total of $174,018. The Foundation looks forward... Read more »