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11. Strange surroundings boost stress in animals

(Web Page; Fri Mar 02 15:33:00 CST 2012)

By Kelley Weir Ongoing studies improve outlook for shelter cats Imagine staying in a strange hotel where your toilet and kitchen table are right next to your bed. Now imagine that after a week or two under these likely unnerving circum...

12. Strange surroundings boost stress in animals

(Web Page; Fri Mar 02 15:33:00 CST 2012)

By Kelley Weir Ongoing studies improve outlook for shelter cats Imagine staying in a strange hotel where your toilet and kitchen table are right next to your bed. Now imagine that after a week or two under these likely unnerving circum...

13. Strange surroundings boost stress in animals

(Web Page; Fri Mar 02 15:33:00 CST 2012)

By Kelley Weir Ongoing studies improve outlook for shelter cats Imagine staying in a strange hotel where your toilet and kitchen table are right next to your bed. Now imagine that after a week or two under these likely unnerving circum...

14. Understanding Genetic Variations Predisposing Cats to FIP

(Web Page; Thu Mar 14 10:46:00 CDT 2013)

D10FE-511Dr. Gary R. Whittaker, Cornell University Co-sponsors: The Van Sloun Foundation; Maddie’s Fund, Rex and Nelle Jackson Foundation

15. Stressed out no more

(Web Page; Thu Dec 02 16:23:00 CST 2010)

By Heidi Jeter foundation studies address major factors in animal welfare When most people think about Morris Animal Foundation, they only consider the health studies we fund to combat disease and illness. Yet, the Foundation is equa...

16. Stressed out no more

(Web Page; Thu Dec 02 16:23:00 CST 2010)

By Heidi Jeter foundation studies address major factors in animal welfare When most people think about Morris Animal Foundation, they only consider the health studies we fund to combat disease and illness. Yet, the Foundation is equa...

17. Stressed out no more

(Web Page; Thu Dec 02 16:23:00 CST 2010)

By Heidi Jeter foundation studies address major factors in animal welfare When most people think about Morris Animal Foundation, they only consider the health studies we fund to combat disease and illness. Yet, the Foundation is equa...

18. Evaluating Novel Treatments for Shelter Cats with Upper Respiratory Disease

(Web Page; Tue Jun 26 09:01:00 CDT 2012)

D10FE-518Dr. Michael R. Lappin, Colorado State University Co-sponsors: Neil and Sylvia Van Sloun, the Van Sloun Foundation; The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®); The Lauretta Boyd Charitable Trust

19. New Veterinary Research Will Help Animals Enjoy Longer, Healthier Lives

(Web Page; Tue May 04 17:40:00 CDT 2010)

Morris Animal Foundation Announces $13 Million in Funding for More Than 200 Studies Helping animals enjoy longer, healthier lives requires ongoing scientific animal health research to give veterinarians the tools they need to better dia...

20. Our Top 10 Health Successes of 2013

(Web Page; Mon Dec 30 17:19:00 CST 2013)

When it comes to investing in science that truly makes a difference for animals, Morris Animal Foundation had a bang up year in 2013. We’ve compiled our own top 10 list for the year. Out of all the Foundation-funded studies complet...

Description: When it comes to investing in science that truly makes a difference for animals, Morris Animal Foundation had a bang up year in 2013. We’ve compiled our own top 10 list for the year. Out of all the Foundation-funded studies completed during the year, these are the research results that our scientific team feels will most advance veterinary medicine...