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Christiann Keith

Saving Shelter Cats with FIP: Innovative Treatment Strategies

A team of cat-loving volunteers is saving cats who would otherwise have no chance of survival. Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP), which most commonly affects cats under 2 years old and has increased risk in purebreds and shelters, has long been feared as one of the most deadly and untreatable diseases…

A Legacy in Animal Welfare Leads to Shelter Medicine

Michaela Oglesby, class of ’24 in the UF College of Veterinary Medicine, is graduating this month with a list of accomplishments as long as a dog’s tail. In addition to earning a Master’s in Shelter Medicine, a Certificate in Veterinary Forensics, and the Certificate in Shelter Medicine, she is this…