Precious Cat, Inc. announces Touch of Outdoors™ litter. “Touch of Outdoors™ will bring the outdoor experience in for your cat with litter that adds natural chemical free prairie grasses grown in our own fields. “
Do you have a cat that wants to go outside or you would like to provide additional enrichment in your cat’s environment? You may have observed stress behaviors like pacing, scratching furniture or rugs, intercat aggression, increased vocalization, excessive grooming or urine marking. The Touch of Outdoors™ with natural chemical free prairie grasses can help your cat feel less anxious, bored and depressed which translates into a happier cat environment.
Kathy Elsey, co-owner/founder of Precious Cat, Inc., grew up on a farm – where exposure to agriculture and other chemicals can cause an increase in cancer. In 2009, Kathy was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, the second most common blood cancer. This devastating disease is incurable and also occurs in cats. The Elsey family and Precious Cat have played a critical role in helping the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF), the world’s largest private funder of myeloma research, to improve and enrich lives by bringing innovative new treatments to lead to a cure.
Touch of Outdoors™ is a hard clumping multi-cat litter that has natural chlorophyll for continuous odor control and has no airborne dust.
You can find Touch of Outdoors™ Litter at PetCo and other independent retailers. For more information call 877-311-2287 or visit the website at www.preciouscat.com.
WINN FELINE FOUNDATION PAST PRESIDENT AND BOARD MEMBER SUSAN LITTLE RECEIVES AWARD
Susan Little, DVM, DABVP, was presented with the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM)/Hill’s Pet Nutrition Award for outstanding contributions to feline medicine at the ISFM’s World Feline Veterinary Congress (WFVC) in Barcelona on June 29. The Award was given to Dr. Little just as she was about to give her final lecture at the event, and the presentation coincided with her birthday!
Dr. Little served as President of Winn Feline Foundation and currently continues with the foundation as a Board Member. “Winn Feline Foundation congratulates Dr. Little on this important recognition of the major contributions she has made to the advancement of feline health and well-being. Her dedication to our organization and cause is as much a part of her outstanding work and we are proud to see her receive this honor”, stated Vicki Thayer, DVM, DABVP (feline), Winn Board President. Little was keynote speaker at the WFVC, which was attended by 650 veterinarians from 37 countries and held in conjunction with the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) and ISFM’s Spanish National Partner, GEMFE. Under the theme of pediatrics and geriatrics, she gave seven lively and engaging lectures and led a master class on neonatology and pediatrics.
Dr. Little has been exclusively in feline practice in Canada since 1990 and is also AAFP’s President Elect. She is editor and contributor to the new feline textbook ‘The Cat – Clinical Medicine and Management’, published in 2012 and also for the upcoming 7th edition of August’s Consultations in Feline Internal Medicine (both published