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Please join us at the 24th FECAVA Eurocongress that will take place from 14th to 16th of June 2018 in Tallinn, Estonia.
FECAVA board member Ann Criel attended the screening of the documentary ‘A dog’s life – the strays of Sarajevo’ at the European Parliament in Brussels on 31 January.
Veterinary bodies have submitted recommendations to the Government on the future of non-UK citizens studying at UK vet schools.
Cats - well known for doing as they please - have on occasion
surprised the human race by using their paws to hold down a job. BBC
News featured some of these purposeful pusses last week - but the number of whiskers in the workforce was too great to do justice to in just the one instalment.
FECAVA board member Danny Holmes attended the 26 January meeting on European Guidance on the Rational use of AntiMicrobials (GRAM)
For the first time, researchers have investigated lateralised spontaneous behaviour in the domestic cat and discovered female cats are much more likely to use their right paw than their male counterparts. Scientists at Queen’s University Belfast recruited 44 cats – 24 male and 20 female – for the study, in which pet cats were monitored as they performed three spontaneous behaviours: lying on their side, stepping down a flight of stairs and stepping over a raised object.Read more