Our Work With Cats

Some of Our Studies

From Tip to Tail

Feline Studies

Veterinary Advances for Cats

Since 1950, we have invested almost $18 million in more than 430 feline health studies. We’ve contributed to the development of the first vaccine for feline leukemia, pioneered cat genetic research and improved the health and welfare of shelter cats around the world. We also were among the first to recognize and invest in better pain management for cats. It’s just a small part of our dedication and commitment to help cats live their best lives.

Understanding the Lifecycle of Deadly Parasite

Researchers will study the disease process and immune function of cats impacted by Cytauxoon felis, an emerging tick-borne parasite.

Cats are the most popular four-legged pets in America (sorry, dogs!), with loving families that want to help them live the longest, healthiest lives possible. And that means an investment in research will improve our understanding of the diseases and health conditions that impact cats, and teach us how to better diagnose, treat, care for and even cure these threats to our beloved feline companions.

feline studies funded
42.7 million
cats helped in the United States alone

Studying Clots Associated with Heart Disease

Researchers will investigate the underlying reason why clots form in cats with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, the most common feline heart disease.

Help Cats Live Long and Healthy Lives (All 9 of Them)

Celebrate the Life of a Cat or Friend

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