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|2006 Feline Vaccination Guidelines. Summary: Vaccination in General Practice||American Association of Feline Practitioners|
|Reading Your Cats Body Language (PDF)||Animal Welfare 1997;6:243-254, Beaver BV; Adapted from Kessler MR, Turner DC. Stress and adaptation of cats (felis silvestris catus) housed singly, in pairs and in groups in boarding catteries.|
|Cat Vs. Cat: Keeping Peace When You Have More Than One Cat||Author: Pam Johnson-Bennett|
|American Association of Feline Practitioners||The American Association of Feline Practitioners improves the health and welfare of cats by supporting high standards of practice, continuing education, and scientific investigation. Search tool to locate and AAFP Veterinary Member or Cat Friendly Practice in your area.|
|The Feline Health Center, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine||The Cornell Feline Health Center, located in Ithaca, New York, is a veterinary medical specialty center devoted to improving the health and well-being of cats throughout the world.|
|European Advisory Board on Cat Diseases||The European Advisory Board on Cat Diseases (ABCD) aims to communicate scientific developments in feline infectious diseases, and to establish a rational base for cat disease prevention and control across Europe. It aspires to define a code of practice that reflects the present state of knowledge. To this end, it issues guidelines on the prevention and management of feline infectious disease in Europe. The guidelines are based on current scientific knowledge of the diseases and available vaccines, treatment and diagnostic tools concerned."|