EveryCat-supported health studies have helped veterinarians improve the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases and conditions, changing the way feline medicine is practiced. Read about the grants we’ve funded below.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is a disease of the heart muscle characterized by thickening of the left ventricular walls. The disease
This study will test the effectiveness of four antioxidants against Heinz bodies in cats. Heinz bodies are clumps of damaged
The aim of this continuation project in the United Kingdom is to discover how feline coronavirus (FCoV), the virus which
Infection with several species of Helicobacter is common in cats. These spiral-shaped bacteria have been found in the stomachs of
Older cats are at increased risk for both kidney disease and hyperthyroidism. Hyperthyroidism is usually treated by one of three
Copper is an essential trace element for all animals and is especially important for fetal development. While testing commercial diets,
Effective treatment recommendations for feline ringworm require accurate and reliable information on the effectiveness of antifungal therapies. The fungicidal activities
Flea allergy dermatitis reactions are common in cats. The researcher believes it is likely that the immune system of a
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is a primary non-curable disease of the heart muscle characterized by thickening of the left ventricular walls.
Feline hyperthyroidism is a common disease of middle-aged to older cats. Higher than normal levels of thyroid hormone production by
Heart disease is one of the most common problems seen in cats. In addition to the symptoms related to poor
The researchers hope to confirm the existence of age-related resistance to FECV infection, and to determine whether natural infection can
This research project in the United Kingdom is designed to prove how feline coronavirus (FCOV), the virus that causes feline
Cats with intestinal (GI) disease have low blood iron levels and low vitamin B12. Low iron is associated with worse