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Cat diet study leads to nervous system discovery

May 17, 2009

Madison, Wis. -- A study of the feline diet has led scientists to discover that a cat's central nervous system has the ability to repair itself.

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New campaign sets to improve health of shelter cats

May 16, 2009

Denver -- Shelter cats suffer from a wide variety of conditions like upper respiratory disease and ringworm. To address these problems, Morris Animal Foundation's Helping Shelters Help Cats program is funding three new research studies.

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CAPC: Disease risks far outweigh adverse flea product concerns

May 13, 2009

CAPC cites low safety risks for topical spot-on flea and tick products following a recent EPA advisory.

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Florida sterilization bill altered in committee

May 1, 2009

Tallahassee — A bill that would have required sterilization of all cats and dogs by the age of 4 months of age was substantially changed by the Florida House Agriculture and natural Resources Policy Committee.

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AVMA, Hill's target obesity in new broadcast

April 25, 2009

National Report -- The AVMA and Hill?s Pet Nutrition have teamed up to create a public service announcement that they hope will spur dialogue on pet obesity between veterinarians and pet owners.

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Merial issues statement regarding EPA advisory

April 23, 2009

Duluth, Ga. -- In response to an advisory recently issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) about spot-on flea and tick products, Merial says it is working cooperatively to address any of the agency's concerns.

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EPA to evaluate restrictions for spot-on flea and tick products

April 22, 2009

Washington -- The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will evaluate whether further restrictions are warranted due to a "sharp increase" in incidents from spot-on flea and tick products.

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MU researchers study tick-borne feline disease

April 20, 2009

Columbia, Mo. -- Researchers at the University of Missouri are studying a tick-borne disease that kills housecats within three to five days after the onset of illness.

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Animal Planet in AAHA's sights for new campaign

April 3, 2009

Phoenix -- A new million-dollar campaign to increase awareness among pet owners of choosing accredited care services has been launched by the American Animal Hospital Association.

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