This exciting podcast is just what you need if you are a proud cat owner. Dr. Susan Little, a famous cat veterinarian and Dr. Jolle Kirpensteijn, a gracious cat surgeon, host important guests and discuss topics that concern every feline and its owner. This podcast is published every other week and is approximately 20 minutes long.
The Dutch take on feline polyps
The great Dr. Gert ter Haar joins us from Holland to talk about Ear, Nose, and Throat diseases in cats. He is an ENT specialist for dogs and cats and the main problem we tackle today is aural polyps. Did you know that a cat with chronic ear disease may have a polyp? Gert talks about signalment, diagnosis, and therapy. Another great episode!
Minimally invasive approaches to your cat
Dr. Dave Twedt, world-renowned veterinary specialist in feline internal medicine joins us for this week's podcast. We talk with Dave about doing things minimally invasive, in other words, how can you look inside the cat without making big incisions? Dave uses a lot of different scopes to decrease the discomfort to the cat and it is truly amazing what he can achieve.
What does the Every Cat Health Foundation do for your cat?
This week we have a special host, the famous Steve Dale. Steve and I will interview Jackie Ott Jaakola, the new executive director of the Every Cat Health Foundation, previously known as the Wynn Feline Research Foundation. Jackie gives us a bit of background and explains her passion for feline welfare. The Every Cat Health Foundation has been active for many years and has touched every cat with its amazing studies. For more info www.everycat.org
How to become a Catvocate?
Dr. Caitlin DeWilde is our guest on this podcast. Caitlin is an amazing veterinarian, entrepreneur, and social media expert. She describes herself as a tech geek or nerdy marketeer. We talk about how you can become a catvocate, how you can market your precious cat on social media, and how you can give them the healthcare that they deserve.
Hot cat news with Dr. Kelly St. Denis
Dr. Kelly St. Denis is our guest and podcast co-host and we are talking about hot cat news. What do you need to do to make your cat a real adventurer? How can you make you balcony safe for cats and what to do when the cat decides to take a big jump? Kelly is a great source of information an dwe love this episode.
What is the Mark Morris Animal Foundation?
Dr. Kelly Diehl is Senior Director of Science and Communications at the Mark Morris Animal Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that spends a boatload of money on proper research in diseases of pets and other important animals. Kelly explains how the foundation contributes to your cat's health and what you can do in return.