Prevalence of upper respiratory pathogens in four management models for unowned cats in the Southeast United States.


Upper respiratory infection (URI) is a pervasive problem in cats and impacts the capacity and cost of sheltering programs. This study determined the pattern of respiratory pathogens in cats with and without clinical signs of URI in four different models for managing unowned cats, namely, (1) short-term animal shelters (STS), (2) long-term sanctuaries (LTS… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.tvjl.2014.05.015