American taxpayer should subsidize veterinary training to get rid of declawing
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Veterinary college Cornell

The only reason why three quarters of American veterinarians declaw cats is for money. We all know that. There’s no connection to providing a service to improve the welfare and health of cats. It’s just about money and the convenience … please continue reading

Animal shelter sent live animals to vet school for euthanasia and dissection
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CAA animal shelter at Baton Rouge embroiled in scandalous accusations

“This is a huge issue… They’re not trash, they’re pets.” – Desiree Bender. Accusations of scandalous behavior have been made against an animal shelter in East Baton Rouge Parish causing turmoil. A spokeswoman, Ginger Guttner, for the Louisiana State University … please continue reading

Veterinarians need a test to distinguish between bacterial and viral infections
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Veterinarians are using antibiotics in a precautionary manner when treating cats because they don’t have a quick test that can determine if antibiotics are really necessary. In short, there is a need with respect to both animals and humans to … please continue reading

Study shows that stress placed on veterinarians can cause ethical conflict and other problems
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Veterinarians don't know how much pain cats are experiencing or if the drug is effective

According to a new study co-authored by a Cambridge Health Alliance psychiatrist and Harvard Medical School researcher, veterinarians often suffer from moral stress issues in the veterinary field. The research was done by Lisa Moses and J. Wesley Boyd and … please continue reading

Guilt-ridden cat owner’s British Shorthair brain damaged during dental cleaning
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Cat was brained damaged during teeth cleaning

Introduction I have written about this before. There is a risk when a domestic cat is taken to the veterinarian to have their teeth cleaned. I believe that veterinarians tend to underplay the risk. They might say that one in … please continue reading

Canadian Veterinarians Shame Their American Counterparts
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Canadian Veterinarians Shame Their American Counterparts

Canadian veterinarians have shamed American veterinarians by issuing a firm statement through their association, the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, that they oppose the declawing of cats. It is an unqualified statement unlike that made by the AVMA which leaves the … please continue reading

URGENT: Cat Owners in Utah USA Must Read This
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The shocking element of this infographic is the conclusion which I came to using simple maths, that over 300,000 domestic cats in loving homes (I hope) are in constant pain, or at the very least discomfort, from the declawing operation that their owners had put them through. please continue reading