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H1N1-infected cat dies in Oregon

November 18, 2009

The third cat to have a confirmed case of H1N1 has died.

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Three more cities approve declaw bans

November 18, 2009

A total of six Calif. cities have now made some move toward declaw bans.

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Utah cat tests positive for H1N1 flu

November 16, 2009

It's believed to be the second confirmed case in a cat, and its owners had the virus.

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Calif. cities rush to ban cat declawing

November 13, 2009

California -- In attempt to get their ordinances approved before a new state law takes affect that will prevent cities from passing legislation that will interfere with state-regulated professions like veterinary medicine, at least five cities have passed or are about to pass laws banning cat declawing.

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Video: What's the significance of the cat with H1N1?

November 11, 2009

At CVC San Diego, we caught up with immunologist Dr. Craig Datz to talk about the significance of the first documented case of H1N1 in a cat. Here's what he said.

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AVMA Web site answers H1N1 questions for veterinarians, pet owners

November 9, 2009

Schaumburg, Ill. -- The American Veterinary Medical Association has made new information available on its Web site for veterinarians and pet owners who have questions about H1N1 influenza in light of recent detection of the virus in an Iowa cat.

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H1N1 influenza confirmed in Iowa cat

November 4, 2009

The first documented case of H1N1 flu in a cat was confirmed Nov. 4.

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Winn Feline Foundation seeks proposals for 2010 grants

October 24, 2009

Newport, N.J. -- Winn Feline Foundation, a nonprofit funding group aimed at improving cat health and welfare, is accepting 2010 grant proposals.

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Diamond recalls two dry cat-food products

October 8, 2009

Two brands of dry cat food were recalled in New York after they were found deficient in thiamine.

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