Articles: Winn Feline Foundation

Pet expert Steve Dale joins Bill and Wendy on WGN

Pet Talk with Steve Dale with Bill and Wendy on WGN Radio

I love being on WGN radio with Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder (listen to here), first talking about the grain free diets. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicine has issued a vague warning about dogs eating grain free diets, and for some dogs their odds increase of suffering dilated cardiomyopathy (a…
pet expert Steve Dale on Cures4Cats Day

Cures4Cats Day: Supporting Kidney Disease Studies

Cures4Cats should be a national holiday. For 50 years the non-profit Winn Feline Foundation has been supporting cat health studies. October 20 is Cures4Cats Day and a celebration and culmination of these efforts. To celebrate, the Winn Feline Foundation is announcing the launch of a new campaign to find answers for feline kidney disease (FKD),…
Winn Feline Foundation celebrates 50 years in fashion

These Images Are Offensive, But Support Winn Feline Foundation

WARNING: This post may contain offensive content. The Winn Feline Foundation will benefit from these shocking images: I told Winn Feline President Dr. Glenn Olah if, while in Germany, he sports that flashy Winn Feline Foundation (you can stop traffic in it) bicycle shirt and lederhosen, I will donate $50 to the Winn Feline Foundation…

Dr. Philip Fox Earns AVMA/Winn Feline Foundation Excellence in Feline Research Award

Veterinary cardiologist Dr. Philip Fox, head of cardiology and director of the Caspary Research Institute and Education Outreach at the Animal Medical Center in New York City is this year’s recipient of the AMVA/Winn Feline Foundation Excellence in Feline Research Award. Dr. Fox received the award at the NIH Young Scholars Symposium held at Texas A&M in…

Pit Bulls on Planes to Pets In Divorce to Power of a Dog’s Nose with Karen Conti on WGN Radio

I can talk to the animals – but wish I could listen better. Our pets are always talking to us in some ways, but we’re not always aware that they are. I appeared with WGN Radio legal analyst Karen Conti on her show HERE. Karen asked me about the pit bull attack in the new…

Cats with Heart Disease Can Have a Stroke-Like Event, Study Funded by Winn Feline

This is from the Winn Feline Foundation, funding a study on one of the affects of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) in cats. HCM may be the most common cause of death in adult indoor cats, from about two years to 10-years (when cancers and kidney disease begin to take over). We do know that HCM is…

Feliway Decreases Stress of Veterinary Exams

The Winn Feline Foundation supports funding for cat health studies for the past 50 years. Winn Feline mostly funds studies to support physical health, but studies have also supported emotional health. One major obstacle to visiting the veterinarian is the fear, anxiety and stress cats experience during the visit. Clients then become stressed, and even…

Use My Name and Save Money for Meow Meetup Chicago

In my lifetime, I never thought this could happen. I can save people money. A veritable conclave of cat lovers hit the Chicago area for the Meow Meetup Chicago at the Donald Stephens Convention Center, July 21-22. Type in my name Steve Dale HERE as a magical discount code, and you’ll save five dollars on your…

Winn Feline Foundation Symposium: Perplexing Paradigms of Feline Medicine

For 50 years the Winn Feline Foundation has been supporting cat health studies. And for 40 years, the Winn Feline Foundation has been hosting a feline education symposium. This year, that symposium will be June 28 at the The Crowne Plaza Atlanta Perimeter at Ravinia, 4355 Ashford Dunwoody Rd. in Atlanta, GA. While the event is…

Help Support the Ricky Fund to Fund a Treatment for Heart Disease in Cats

I don’t know the number of cat health studies that the Winn Feline Foundation Ricky Fund has supported over the years, but certainly since 2002 there have been many. Below is a review of a recent prevalence study led by Dr. Philip Fox, veterinary cardiologist at Animal Medical Center in NY to assess risk of…

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