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Health and Welfare of All Cats
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Learn by Listening

Listen to the latest FIP and HCM updates from the 2014 Winn Symposium
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Research Grants in Action

2015 Winn Grant "Call for Proposals" and Winn/Zoetis Grant Awards Announced
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Current Cat Health News

Catch up on recently published Winn and other feline-related research
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Show Your Appreciation

Our "Honor Your Veterinarian" program says thank you while helping cats everywhere
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Elevate Your Giving Efforts

Three ways to give: Winn's general fund, special stipulated funds, or our endowment fund
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For Cat Lovers
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Did you know that over 200 million felines worldwide live with a cat-loving companion? In fact, they're considered the number one pet in the world. Winn Feline Foundation aids research directed toward the health and well being of our feline friends. Besides feline-research advocacy, we aim to educate the public and raise awareness about cat health issues through various media outlets. Your support is what makes our work possible, and we thank you.
For Veterinarians
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Winn Feline Foundation has been instrumental in contributing to the advances in feline medicine. Veterinarians have benefited from Winn-funded research involving a breadth of feline medical issues, including vaccine development, diagnostic test improvement and treatment efficacy evaluation. Winn also provides continuing education (CE) opportunities for veterinarians through our annual symposium and sponsorship of CE tracks at various conferences.
For Researchers
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Winn Feline Foundation supports researchers, veterinarians and students in our mutual endeavor to promote and advance scientifically based feline medicine. By the close of 2014, Winn will have awarded over $5 million in grants focusing on the health needs of cats since its inception in 1968. Every dollar goes directly toward research support for general health studies, specific research areas or breed-related health studies.