Fighting Cancer on Behalf of Louie and Cats Everywhere
Of all the 10 cats Kathleen Gardner has owned in her adult life, she says only one adopted her, a tiger kitten named Louie. He also was the only cat she lost to cancer, at the age of 10, and one of the reasons Kathleen has been a long-time supporter of feline research at Morris Animal Foundation.
A Win in the Battle Against Cancer in Horses
Imagine a world where all cancers are treatable and more cures are possible. This dream just got a little bit closer to coming true thanks to the amazing work of Morris Animal Foundation-funded researcher Dr. Rebecca Bellone and her team at the University of California, Davis.
How Does Cancer Affect Wildlife?
When considering issues affecting wildlife health, cancer doesn’t immediately come to mind. However, cancer is a problem for many wild animals and poses unique challenges for wildlife biologists, veterinarians and conservationists – some of which can be addressed through comparative oncology; when what we learn about cancer in one species has application to cancer in another species.
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