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October 18 2019

Dr. Niels Pedersen PURRsuing FIP and WINNing: FIP Symposium

Distinguished professor University of California, Davis Dr. Niels Pedersen is responsible for so much of what we have learned regarding infectious disease in cats, including feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). It took Pedersen decades to fully understand FIP, that’s just how complex this once fatal disease is. FIP occurs when the common otherwise benign corona virus…

August 23 2019

PURRsuing FIP and WINNing: Winn Feline Symposium

Winn Feline Foundation is bringing expert researchers from around the world together for a symposium on feline infectious peritonitis (FIP), PURRsuing FIP and WINNing , at the University California-Davis November 16 and 17, 2019. The Winn Feline Foundation, the world’s premiere non-profit funder of cat health studies has been supporting studies on FIP since the…
Pet expert Steve Dale and Paul Cstro Jr. about Aeris a movie about a kitten with FIP

December 4 2018

Aeris the Movie About a Kitten with FIP Now Available

Filmmaker/actor Paul Castro Jr. with actress Aly Miller produced a movie called “Aeris.”  The short award-winning short film is about a very unusual topic for a movie: a kitten with a presumed fatal disease called feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). We talk a bit about what FIP. Paul says he made the movie because he and…
There is a cure for some kittens with fIP

September 27 2018

Drug That Can Cure FIP

Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) has eluded veterinarians since the fatal disease was first discovered.  Dr. Neils Pederson, professor emeritus at the University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, was among the first to describe FIP in several published articles, and in his still groundbreaking text, “Feline Husbandry: Disease and Management in the Multiple Cat Environment.” Understanding…

March 2 2018

Luna the Cat in Remission from FIP

Debra Roberts is no ordinary cat owner, and Luna is no ordinary cat. On my national Steve Dale’s Pet World radio show we talk HERE about her cat, who has been diagnosed with feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). Roberts noted that her 14- to 15-week-old Savannah cat didn’t seem to be doing well and was really…

March 1 2018

FIP Update from Winn Feline Foundation

Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is an immune-mediated disease that all too often kills cats, especially kittens. For many years, the nonprofit funder of cat health studies, Winn Feline Foundation, has funded research on the fatal disease, and in recent years, Winn dedicated the Bria Fund to specifically raise money for it. Legions around the world have…

February 5 2018

Winn Feline Foundation: Affecting Every Cat Every Day

Nearly all that’s known about cat health has been discovered thanks to research funded by a nonprofit called the Winn Feline Foundation, which is now celebrating 50 years of funding cat health studies. As one example, if your cat eats, thank the Winn Feline Foundation. Back in the late 1970’s, dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM), a kind of…

December 16 2017

Winn Book Celebrating 50 Years, Yours For Free

I am certain that no organization has contributed to the health and welfare of cats for 50 years as the Winn Feline Foundation has. This is the only organization on the planet that exists solely for funding cat health studies. And, Winn is equal opportunity: All cats benefit, from domestic shorthair to pedigreed cats to community…

November 5 2017

Aeris, Movie About a Kitten with FIP, Screened at Lincoln Center

The Lincoln Center has rooms to screen films, often documentaries or art films. I suspect with the hundreds or more films presented over the years, this is the first one ever about a kitten with feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). These young and clearly outrageously talented New York City-based actors, Paul Castro Jr. and Aly Miller,…

October 24 2017

Aeris, Movie Screening to Support FIP Study Funding

For a movie premiere at the Lincoln Center in New York City, you’d expect the star to be maybe Matt Damon or Gwyneth Paltrow. The star of this movie, however, is Aeris the cat. But Aeris is no ordinary cat; he’s a kitten dying from a fatal disease. When young New York City-based filmmakers Aly…

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