May 17, 2017

Feline URI: Not If, But When

Cynthia Karsten, DVM, outreach veterinarian at the University of California, Davis, and Ann Enright, BVMS, MRCVS, shelter veterinarian at the Cat Protection Society of Victoria in Australia, talk about how upper respiratory infection in cats has historically been an issue that all shelters have had to deal with.


Cynthia Karsten, DVM, outreach veterinarian at the University of California, Davis, and Ann Enright, BVMS, MRCVS, shelter veterinarian at the Cat Protection Society of Victoria in Australia, talk about how upper respiratory infection in cats has historically been an issue that all shelters have had to deal with.

There's nothing natural about an animal shelter environment—the environment is stressful, which increases the possibility of upper respiratory infections in shelter cats. The good news, though, is that shelter veterinarians have learned a lot more more about URI and can start to prevent it.

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