New interactive, online Annual Reports are here!
December 19, 2016
In addition to research updates, notable achievements of the past year, and more, our online report also features a number of videos highlighting updates to FHC supported initiatives.
Baker Pet Talks: Tips from Cornell Experts
October 17, 2016
Cornell specialists will be on hand to talk about some common behavior problems you may be struggling with in your dogs or cats.
Cat Scratch Disease - Are you at risk?
September 28, 2016
While the likelihood of contracting Cat Scratch Disease is low, and while it is usually readily treated, there are rare cases in which more significant health effects may occur.
Etiology of Cranial Cruciate Rupture in Cats
September 26, 2016
Authors of a recent study propose that CCL rupture in cats is more likely a result of physiologic response of the CCL to normal physiologic forces than of preexisting degenerative changes to the CCL.
FIV Associated with Myocarditis
September 27, 2016
A recent study investigating the etiology of myocarditis in cats demonstrated evidence of FIV virus in histologic sections of hearts of cats with both myocarditis and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
The Cornell Feline Health Center welcomes a new Director, Luis Schang, on September 1, 2016.
With funding from the Cornell Feline Health Center, Dr. Gerlinde Van de Walle has authored a new study that describes a model of eye infections in cats that can be used to test potential new drugs for treating these conditions.
Helping Cats Through Support of Shelter Medicine
June 07, 2016
Thanks to the generosity of a dedicated donor, the Cornell Feline Health Center was able to support the recruitment of Dr. Lena DeTar as a new faculty member in the College's renowned Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine program.
Fulbright Award for Colin Parrish
June 06, 2016
Cornell Feline Health Center director Colin Parrish has received an award from the Fulbright Scholar Program, giving him the opportunity to share his expertise abroad as a Visiting Professor at the University of Glasgow.
Cats for Comfort: Coordinated Cat Adoption by Seniors
February 25, 2016
Cats for Comfort is a collaboration with the Tompkins County SPCA, Ithaca College's Gerontology Institute, and Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine to match appropriately screened cats with Longview, a residential senior retirement community.
February 25, 2016
A group of Cornell researchers funded by the Cornell Feline Health Center has demonstrated that DNA damage is a common feature of feline injection site sarcomas (FISS), a type of cancer that typically arise at the sites of injections in cats.
Internet Cat Video Festival Comes to Cornell
April 19, 2016
The Cornell Feline Health Center is pleased to cosponsor the Walker Art Center's touring Internet Cat Video Festival on Friday, February 26, 2016.
Different theories to explain why cats react this way have been suggested, including the idea that cucumbers remind cats of snakes but Cornell Feline Health Center’s Behaviorist Specialist, Dr. Pamela Perry disagrees.
Hot Off the Press - Check Out Our 2015 Annual Reports
December 07, 2015
Read all about it! We’re pleased to present our 2015 Annual Report, which is now available online.
Cat Lovers' Conference in New York City
January 25, 2016
Sign up now! You're invited to our inaugural Cat Lover's Conference in New York City, an event designed especially for cat owners and enthusiasts. Learn the latest about feline health from experts at Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine and
Have a healthy cat over the age of 10? The Veterinary Biobank needs your help!
We are excited to invite you to attend what promises to be an informative and enjoyable program, presented in the intimate setting of our beautiful campus by international experts from abroad and from within our esteemed faculty.
Read more about the Symposium and find links to our registration page.
A Q&A with Dr. Bruce Kornreich
May 28, 2015
In this interview, Dr. Kornreich talks about what led him to study veterinary medicine, what he enjoys most about his work for the Feline Health Center, and about who REALLY runs the Kornreich household (hint: it's not the dog).