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Articles: Winn Feline Foundation

March 20 2012

Kidney Disease in Senior Cats with Dr. Susan Little

Dr. Susan Little, editor The Cat Clinical Medicine and Management and past president of the Winn Feline Foundation speaks about kidney disease in cats.

March 19 2012

'The Cat,' Edited by Dr. Susan Little

I found it – what all cat lovers need. There are cat lovers, who adore their cats. Then, there are cat lovers who want to know everything….and professionals (veterinarians, veterinary technicians) who need to know everything, and for cat breeders as well. This is the best resource to come along in 9-lives: It’s a new…

March 10 2012

WGN Radio Petcast: Support for Hank the Cat; Tree House Free Cat Adoptions; Pets' Oral Health

Clieck HERE for the latest WGN Radio PETCAST: BREAKING NEWS: For the first time in the nearly 45 year history of the Winn Feline Foundation, the non-profit funder of  cat health studies is supporting a political catidate – Hank, the cat. Hank is running is running for Senate in Virginia – and so far, doing…

March 8 2012

Winn Feline Foundation Supports Candidate for Senate

The Winn Feline Foundation is pleased to announce its support for the Hank for Senate Campaign. Hank, who hails from Springfield VA and is running as an independent candidate for the U.S. Senate in Virginia, has been drawing increasing national attention for his simple message and winning ways on the campaign trail. When asked about…

March 3 2012

WGN Radio Petcast: Newt Gingrich on Pets; How Animals Die in Shelters; New Puppy Mill Truths

Listen HERE to the latest WGN Radio Petcast: (may take a moment to load) Republican Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich kicks off this political petcast. Senator Andy Dineman and dog trainer Joesph Dwyer talk about their bill to ban carbon monoxide poisoning of shelter animals (which remains the only choice in many states), and there’s a…

February 16 2012

Cat Reader Questions Answered at Winn Meeting

Experts attending the  Winn Feline Foundation (a non-profit which funds cat health studies) Board and grant review meetings Feb.10-11, in Houston, TX answer your questions. Q: I live in a trainer park, and a neighbor cat has been visiting me for about a year. I’m not sure of his owner, but he’s darling. My concern…

February 3 2012

Cat Calls Answers to Winn Feline Foundation

PAMPERED FELINE TALES RAISE MONEY FOR WINN FELIINE FOUNDATION Hillsborough, NJ, February 1, 2012: The Winn Feline Foundation is pleased to announce that Cat Fancy editor and author Susan Logan, is donating a portion of the sale of her recently co-authored book, Cat Calls: Wonderful Stories and Practical Advice from A Veteran Cat Sitter, to…

January 23 2012

Reader Questions Answered at North American Veterinary Conference: Overweight Cat, FIV Cat, Licking Dog, Can Cat Die from Tuna?

ORLANDO, FLA. — These reader questions from my Tribune Media Services newspaper column were answered by experts attending the North American Veterinary Conference , Jan.14-18. Q: We adopted a kitten from a shelter, and at only 7 months she already weighs 14 pounds. We feed her a half a can of canned food each morning…

December 18 2011

Winn Feline Foundation Honors Beth Adelman

Prolific pet book editor Beth Adelman is the 2011 recipient of the Winn Feline Foundation Media Appreciation Award.  The Winn Feline Foundation Media award was created in 2005 to thank and honor journalists and editors who publicly support the mission of the Winn Feline Foundation to advance feline health studies, and to communicate facts about…

November 23 2011

Maureen Walsh Named CEO of the Winn Feine Foundation

If you have a cat or know someone with a cat, everything from what the cat is fed to the vaccines and medical care the cat receive is a result of research funded by the Winn Feline Foundation. From learning decades ago about the then mysterious virus killing cats – which turned out to be…

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