Morris Animal Foundation News

Study results address deadly blood clots in cats

A sudden cry and collapse can signal one of the most dreaded diseases in cats –arterial thromboembolism. Abnormal blood clots form in the blood stream and then lodge in blood vessels, cutting off blood supply and causing sudden pain and collapse.

October 20, 2016

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Sacramento area residents raise more than $40,000 for canine cancer research

On Sunday, October 9, dog lovers from the Greater Sacramento area came together under beautiful skies to walk through California’s Elk Grove Regional Park to raise money and awareness of canine cancer.

October 11, 2016


Indianapolis dog lovers walk to fight K9 Cancer

More than 200 people started their engines and took to the streets to walk in the fourth annual Indy K9 Cancer Walk on Sunday, October 2. Nearly $25,000 was raised to help fund studies at Morris Animal Foundation that will lead to advances in the detection, prevention and treatment of canine cancer.

October 10, 2016