The Cornell Feline Health Center annual reports summarize each year's activities and chronicle the many ways the center works to improve the health of cats everywhere. The reports feature bios of student scholarship recipients and a list of contributors.
You can help promote awareness of the center's endeavors by sharing information with fellow cat enthusiasts. The reports offer interesting reading material for waiting rooms, and your cat-loving friends are sure to appreciate learning about the center's efforts and cat-related services. To request additional copies, please contact the center' office at (607) 253-3414. We are pleased to provide extra copies of the reports upon request.
2008 Annual Report
The 2008 annual report highlights the following studies supported by the Cornell Feline Health Center: Molecular Basis of Feline Coronavirus Pathogenesis and Development of FIP in Cats, Center for the Study of the Genetics of Feline Urinary Stone Disease, and Assessing Infectious and Noninfectious Status of Cats. It includes an announcement of the creation of the James R. Richards, Jr. Memorial Lectures supported by contributions to the James R. Richards Memorial Fund for Feline Health.
Also featured in this report is Elizabeth's Wish List, a list of needs and wishes to help the center and its partners within the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine.