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Feature June 2018 Issue

Keeping Shelter Cats Healthy

Keeping Shelter Cats Healthy

The prevalence of upper respiratory infections in shelter cats is receiving some attention by researchers.

Researchers recently discovered that upper respiratory infections in shelter cats can be dramatically decreased by doubling cage sizes and providing the cats with two compartments. Funded by the Morris Animal Foundation, the UC Davis team of researchers published their findings in the journal PLoS One.

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