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AAFP releases senior-care guidelines on May 29

June 1, 2009

National Report — New Senior Care Guidelines, just released by the American Association of Feline Practitioners, address complex disease management, pre-emptive testing, nutrition and a host of other areas to help practitioners when treating senior care.

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AVMA remains opposed to mandatory sterilization

June 1, 2009

As more governments look to enforce mandatory sterilization, the AVMA is standing firm in its opposition to the programs.

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CSU's Lappin honored for feline research

May 31, 2009

Fort Collins, Colo. -- Dr. Michael Lappin, of Colorado State's veterinary college, won the first-ever Winn Feline Foundation's Excellence in Feline Research Award.

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AAFP releases new feline senior-care guidelines

May 29, 2009

Feline senior care guidelines from AAFP stress the need for good nutrition and a healthy body.

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Income disparity apparent with feline sterilizations

May 28, 2009

A new study examines household income related to feline neutering.

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Fla. Mandatory sterilization bill cut from consideration

May 25, 2009

Tallahassee, Fla. -- A bill that started as a mandatory spay/neuter proposal and was altered into a sterilization fundraising program has been dropped altogether by Florida lawmakers.

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Nutro recalls dry cat food

May 21, 2009

Nutro Products Inc. is voluntarily recalling some of its dry cats foods due to incorrect levels of zinc and potassium.

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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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