This is an awesome podcast for veterinary healthcare providers about everything feline. Famous author Dr. Susan Little and surgeon, Dr. Jolle Kirpensteijn will discuss medical en surgical issues of cats highlighting simple and practical solutions. If you like cats, you will love this podcast!
How to become an Insta CAT sensation?
Dr. Caitlin DeWilde is back with tips and tricks for social media this time. How do you or your cat become an instant Insta sensation? Caitlin is a Catvocate and tells how she transformed her practice and increased her cat patient numbers by 30%! We also discuss telemedicine with the pros and cons. Great episode and be ready to be BeWilded!
Finding your save space with Dr. Caitlin DeWilde
We are so lucky to have Dr. Caitlin DeWilde join us 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 market yourself, how you can create safe spaces to stay mentally ok and how you can deal with curbside crabbiness.
Cats flying high with Dr. Kelly St Denis
Our second episode of hot cat news with Dr. Kelly St Denis. This week we will be talking about big mosquitos, cats trying to fly, and lots of other great topics! The high rise syndrome is invented by cats jumping from great heights and the myth that they always land on their fours. Can cats truly fly? We also discuss other reasons for car trauma. What would you do if you hit a cat on the road?
Hot cat news with Dr. Kelly St. Denis
We talk with Dr. Kelly St Denis that humans are viewed by our cats as completely incompetent felines and lots of other cool cat news. Kelly is not only cohosting but is also a guest today. We are surfing the internet for cool cat news. Topics vary from cat adventures to flying cats and cats on the prowl.
The latest and greatest in cat research?
Dr. Kelly Diehl is back with the latest and greatest in cat research funded by the Morris Animal Foundation, a not-for-profit that stimulates cutting-edge research in companion (and other) animals. We dive into some of the amazing work that MAF has supported in the last couple of years.
What can the Mark Morris Foundation do for you?
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 essential research in companion animals and other critters.
Very informative, clinically relevant content. Enthusiastic hosts, great guests. My only criticism is that the audio often needs some improvement