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Musician creates album for cats

Abused or feral cats tend to respond best
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Chatter box A free, confidential helpline for grieving cat owners has been launched by Cats Protection.

Supported by online guides and leaflets, the Paws to Listen service offers owners emotional and practical help in coping with the loss of a cat.

The service comes as survey findings reveal that 75 per cent of cat owners believe the public underestimate how much the death of a cat can affect its owner.

For more information visit www.cats.org.uk or to speak to a volunteer on the Paws to Listen phone line, call 0800 024 94 94.  Chatter box

Equine News
Computer 'can spot food poisoning bacteria'
Computer 'can spot food poisoning bacteria'

Research could lead to targeted interventions
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Government responds to AMR report
Government responds to AMR report

Veterinary organisations welcome commitments
Cattle insecticide could reduce risk of leishmaniasis, study finds
Cattle insecticide could reduce risk of leishmaniasis, study finds

Researchers assess efficacy of Fipronil
Campaign calls for clear food labelling
Campaign calls for clear food labelling

Research shows consumer demand for welfare information
New blood test to tackle devastating cattle disease
New blood test to tackle devastating cattle disease

Researchers develop inexpensive test for nagana
Discovery sheds light on BSE
Discovery sheds light on BSE

Prion research used imaging process called electron cryomicroscopy
Free trade deal could be 'catastrophic' for sheep farmers
Free trade deal could be 'catastrophic' for sheep farmers

NSA highlights threat of proposed deal with Australia
Food watchdog testing meats for AMR
Food watchdog testing meats for AMR

Results to be published shortly
BTV-8: Farmers urged to vaccinate before it's too late
BTV-8: Farmers urged to vaccinate before it's too late

Forecasts suggest high risk of bluetongue by the end of summer
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BEVA welcomes new junior vice president

Renate Weller has been elected as junior vice president of the BEVA. Renate is professor of comparative imaging and biomechanics at the RVC and has been an active member of the equine veterinary profession for more than two decades.

Commenting on her new role she said: "I am committed to the vision of a BEVA that fully listens to and embodies the interests of those it represents in all discussions over the future of our profession, and the education and regulation of the allied professions to whom our clients may turn. "

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