• Dr. Joanna (Bowyer) Spencer

SURVEY REGARDING INDOOR ENRICHMENT FOR CATS AND BODY WEIGHT


Survey: Environmental enrichment

benefits to body weight

Environmental enrichment can sometimes result in beneficial (side effect) changes in body weight and/or body condition score in some confined cats. This has led Dr. Tony Buffington to wonder if a more intentional focus on behavioral, as well as nutritional issues, might lead to better outcomes for these cats. To begin to address this question he invites veterinary teams to complete the brief one-minute survey. The goal is to use the data collected to develop a working group of colleagues interested in pursuing and contributing to this effort. Should you have any question please contact Dr. Buffington at buffington.1@osu.edu.

Shared from www.catvets.com


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