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11. Diabetes

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:10:00 CST 2012)

Diabetes mellitus strikes 1 in 400 cats, though recent veterinary studies indicate that the disease is becoming more common in cats, perhaps because of increased obesity rates. Diabetes develops when the pancreas fails to produce adequat...

12. Identifying Genes of Susceptibility for Feline Diabetes

(Web Page; Wed Sep 07 10:27:00 CDT 2011)

D12FE-512Dr. Yaiza Forcada, University of London, United Kingdom

13. Veterinary advances for cats

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 08:37:00 CST 2012)

Since 1950, Morris Animal Foundation has invested in more than 300 feline health studies for a total of more than $9.5 million. Here are some of the significant health advances that have occurred for cats because of our funding. Dieta...

14. Effects of Estrogen Replacement on Glucose Tolerance in Increased Risk Conditions for Feline Diabetes

(Web Page; Fri Nov 16 09:46:00 CST 2012)

D13FE-601Krystal V. Bove, University of Missouri Co-sponsors: Anonymous

15. Love Cats? So Does Morris Animal Foundation! Check Out All the Ways How

(Web Page; Fri Oct 27 15:39:00 CDT 2017)

October 29 is National Cat Day and Morris Animal Foundation understands the special place cats hold in our hearts. After all, we’ve been funding feline health studies to improve the quality of cats’ lives (all nine of them!) ...

Description: October 29 is National Cat Day and Morris Animal Foundation understands the special place cats hold in our hearts. After all, we’ve been funding feline health studies to improve the quality of cats’ lives (all nine of them!) since 1950.

16. First Class of DVM/PhD Fellows Graduates; New Class Begins

(Web Page; Tue Sep 10 16:38:00 CDT 2013)

Four years ago, Morris Animal Foundation embarked on a new partnership with Zoetis, then known as Pfizer Animal Health. In an effort to address a critical shortage of veterinary researchers, the two organizations launched the Pfizer An...

Description: Four years ago, Morris Animal Foundation embarked on a new partnership with Zoetis, then known as Pfizer Animal Health. In an effort to address a critical shortage of veterinary researchers, the two organizations launched the Pfizer Animal Health–Morris Animal Foundation Fellowship for Advanced Veterinary Study.

17. Beating Diabetes: High-Protein Diet Leaves Insulin by the Wayside

(Web Page; Tue May 04 17:12:00 CDT 2010)

By Heidi Jeter From AnimalNews 3.3 Barbara Schneider came home from a trip and found her cat Smokey with his head lying in his water bowl and his litter box looking as though someone had poured a glass of water in it. Until that point...

18. Good Nutrition Equals Longer Lives, Less Disease

(Web Page; Tue May 04 17:29:00 CDT 2010)

Poor nutrition is linked to obesity, diabetes, kidney disease and a host of other health problems that can take our animal friends from us far too soon. Morris Animal Foundation's founder, Dr. Mark Morris Sr., recognized the connection ...

19. Morris Animal Foundation Announces 2017 Feline Research Grants

(Web Page; Wed Jan 25 18:13:00 CST 2017)

DENVER/Jan. 25 – Morris Animal Foundation, committed to solving the critical health problems of animals around the world, announced five newly funded studies to improve feline health. The scope of the studies covers critical hea...

Description: Morris Animal Foundation, committed to solving the critical health problems of animals around the world, announced five newly funded studies to improve feline health. The scope of the studies covers critical health challenges from a deadly infectious disease to cancer and more.

20. Eating for better health

(Web Page; Wed May 05 12:02:00 CDT 2010)

Innovative research identifies links between nutrition and disease "You are what you eat," so the saying goes. And just as your diet affects your health, what your pets eat also influences their disease risk. Morris Animal Foundation's...