C&T Series Resources 2009
December issue 257
Feline Toxicology Survey: to support the mission of the University of Sydney's Valentine Charlton Bequest, Richard Malik, Merran Govendir and Stephen Page aim to determine the most common causes of intoxication in owned cats in Australia. Download the accompanying reference list (pdf).
Vital information regarding the global occurrence of Permethrin Spot On Intoxication of Cats (Nov 2009) from CVE supporter Stephen Page, Director of Advanced Veterinary Therapeutics, Honorary Associate of the University of Sydney, Faculty of Veterinary Science and Chair of the Australian Veterinary Association Therapeutics Advisory Committee: Design of Labels to Improve Warning Comprehension and Action (pdf) Literature Selection, and Permethrin Intoxication of Cats Bibliography (pdf).
Have you found a baby bird? Mimi Dona's poster and accompanying Wildlife Admission forms are available here.
September issue 256
Survey and call for cases on feline radial agenesis: Dr Anne Fawcett's survey and call for cases on feline radial agenesis and would very much appreciate your responses by the end of March 2010.
Study in feline chronic kidney disease: From the University of Sydney's Valentine Charlton Cat Centre Drs Ken Cockwill and Vanessa Barrs are recruiting cats to study the effect of a new palatable phosphate binder to control serum phosphorous and renal secondary hyperparathyroidism. More information (pdf).
June issue 255
No additional resources for this issue.
March issue 254
Richard Malik's lively article Feeding cats for health and longevity (pdf) is mentioned in the March 2009 mailing. Richard's articled was published previously in a similar form in The Veterinarian.