WVC 91st Annual Conference
Moving from the backyard to the bedroom, cats are becoming part of the family for more and more people (especially millennials). Protecting them (and their human families) from parasites should be an everyday priority of the veterinary community. For both veterinarians and veterinary technicians, learn what's current and important in feline parasitology and why recommending and reinforcing broad-spectrum parasite coverage is important for every cat of every lifestyle (indoor only, indoor/outdoor, outdoor only). This talk is a journey through the changing landscape of parasites, the main parasites of cats (fleas, ticks, heartworms, and intestinal worms), and the important diseases they vector that can harm cats or their human families. You’ll come away with renewed enthusiasm for protecting all cats from parasites, inside and out!