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Feline cholangitis/ chonlangiohepatitis complex secondary to Platynosomum fastosum infection in a cat.
Platynosomiasis has been associated with cholangitis/cholangiohepatitis complex in domestic cats. Despite being typically asymptomatic, some individuals may develop severe disease resulting in hepatic cirrhosis. Definitive ...
Analysis of recipes of home-prepared diets for dogs and cats published in Portuguese
The present study evaluated recipes of home-prepared diets for dogs and cats published in Portuguese. A total of 106 diets were evaluated: eighty for dogs, twenty-four for cats and two intended for both species. A commercial ...
Owner׳s Perception for Detecting Feline Body Condition Based on Questionnaire and Scores
To evaluate the owner׳s ability to identify body condition in cats, based on questionnaire and scores, as well as to obtain others׳ information about the cat and the owner that may be related to the body condition. ...
Arthropod-borne pathogens circulating in free-roaming domestic cats in a zoo environment in Brazil
(Elsevier B.V., 2014-01-01)
Recently, tick and flea-borne pathogens have been detected in wild carnivores maintained in captivity in Brazilian zoos. Since free-roaming cats are frequently found in Brazilian zoos, they could act as reservoirs for ...
Use of specular microscopy to determine corneal endothelial cell morphology and morphometry in enucleated cat eyes
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of age on endothelial morphology and morphometry in cats. The corneal endothelium was studied using a contact specular microscope. A total of 18 cats (Felis catus ...
Presence of Toxocara spp. in Domestic Cats in the State of Mexico
(Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2016)
Cutaneous mycoflora and CD4:CD8 ratio of cats infected with feline immunodeficiency virus
(ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 2010)
This study was designed to compare cutaneous mycoflora isolation and CD4+:CD8+ ratio in feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV)-infected cats with that in FIV-uninfected cats. Sixty cats were examined. Twenty-five were ...
Factors affecting faecal glucocorticoid levels in domestic cats (Felis catus): a pilot study with single and large multi-cat households
(Univ Federation Animal WelfareWheathampstead, 2012)
Domestic cats (Fells catus) are widely believed to be highly sensitive to the effects of social stress, especially when living in high density populations. Cats are capable of adapting to living in a group, but this will ...
Are cats (Felis catus) from multi-cat households more stressed? Evidence from assessment of fecal glucocorticoid metabolite analysis
Given the social and territorial features described in feral cats, it is commonly assumed that life in multi-cat households is stressful for domestic cats and suggested that cats kept as single pets are likely to have ...
Comparison of xylazine and medetomidine as premedicants for cats being anaesthetised with propofol-sevoflurane
(British Veterinary Assoc, 2005-07-30)
The effects of premedicating cats with saline, xylazine or medetomidine before anaesthetising them with propofol-sevoflurane were compared. Twenty-four cats were randomly assigned to three groups of eight to receive either ...