Purr Podcast

Purr Podcast

This is an awesome podcast for veterinary healthcare providers about everything feline. Famous author Dr. Susan Little and surgeon, Dr. Jolle Kirpensteijn will discuss medical en surgical issues of cats highlighting simple and practical solutions. If you like cats, you will love this podcast!

Episodes

November 23, 2022 33 min
Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle discuss the new AAFP magazine focusing on feline pain and mental health. We love this new magazine, and it is available for AAFP members. So time to become a member @catfriendlyhomes @catvets
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Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle are back live from beautiful Kansas. We discuss a new magazine from AAFP, the American Association of Feline Practitioners. This new magazine will be available for all AAFP members for free and we also think about open access vs paid journal subscriptions
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October 5, 2022 34 min
A great episode with Dr. Leslie Lyons. We talk about all genetics as she is the cat gene expert in the world! We start with the pharaohs and end with crispering news. Wow, what a replicated and exciting episode!
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Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle discuss recent articles. The first one is deleting the gene that is responsible for the protein to which most people are allergic. A technique called Crisper was used to delete the gen out of cell lines. The second article talks about cats recognizing the other cat's name. If the wrong name was used, the cats were confused.
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Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle are back, and how! They have not done a podcast for a long time so this first one is an update about what is going on in their lives and yes we do talk about cats too! What else?
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This is a repeat episode of our most listened-to podcast with Dr. Panos Xenoulis where we focus on feline pancreatitis, and the best news is that next week we will be back with a brand new episode to start our 5th year of podcasting!
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This is a repeat episode of a while ago with our amazing guest Dr. Panos Xenoulis. He is one of the world's most famous pancreas experts, especially when we talk about cats (and that is all we do!). Panos lives in Greece and did most of his graduate work in the US and worked at Texas A&M for more than 10 years. We discuss how cats are different in showing signs of pancreatitis and discuss the most common tests to diagnose t...
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The last of our cat bites of summer. This is an interview with Dr Panos Xenopoulis, the winner of his year's most downloaded podcast. We are still in Rhodes and are talking about the cat population on the island.
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August 2, 2022 10 min
Dr. Sarah Heath is joining us for this short summer cat bite. Taped in beautiful Rhodes, Greece, during ISFM. Dr. Sarah Heath is from the UK and talks about cat behavior and the importance of thinking about the health triad: the interplay between emotional, cognitive, and physical health. One of the topics is zero pain in cats. A cool 10 minutes in the Greek heat of summer.
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Dr. Hillary Noyes shares her learnings from the ISFM meeting in Rhodes, Greece. A multidisciplinary approach to cat behavior is so essential to be successful.
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Dr. Kelly joined me in Rhoides Greece at the ISFM Congress where we reminisce about all the things we have heard. This is a 5 week summer edition of the purrpodcast with short podcasts full of info and lots of fun interviews.
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This summer we will have short Summer Cat Bites. These are 10-minute-long episodes that were taped in Rhodes Greece during the latest ISFM Congress. The first one hosts Claire Bessant, the leading voice behind International Cat Care where they believe in a world in which each cat’s life experience will be as good as it can be. They do this by providing cat owners, veterinary professionals and those that live and work with cats with...
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A second podcast with the great and super funny Tony Johnson. The topics include Ottawa tornadoes and being the minister of happiness at VIN, the veterinary information network. How was working in the ER during the pandemic? We also discuss teletriage in emergency medicine. We also answer a great question from a listener about emergency management of blocked cats.
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The great Dr. Tony Johnson is joining the purrpodcast this week. Do you know your ABCs? Tony starts with these in any emergency case, whatever they are brought in for. We, of course, also discuss fluid therapy, emergency critical care drugs, and many other topics. Tony is a blast, and did you know he is a virtuoso mandolin player?
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This week we have another great episode about feral cats, this week we focus on non-surgical ways to decrease feral cat populations. Dr. Susan gives some amazing examples of several well-organized projects.
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The topic of today is the feral cat population. Stray cats can be quite a nuisance and they seem to multiply quite fast. Why do we get upset with stray cats, should we be focusing on the benefits of feral cats and what can we do about population reduction?
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More trampoline news, GI, and urinary obstructions are the day's purrpodcast topics. Dr. Susan is frustrated that we can not get better results in obstructive urinary disease. A third of cats have a recurrence of urinary obstructive disease. We do not recommend appropriate therapy. Dr. Susan will give us the solution and discuss a paper from the UK about this topic. Say NO to antibiotics in cats with urinary disease.
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April 3, 2022 30 min
Dr. Susan is back with a vengeance and we discuss her recent experiences with flying trampolines. You may ask what this has to do with proper felines but be assured flying cats are a major topic today with some new literature to prove that emergency score cards really work.
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March 19, 2022 23 min
Dr. Mia Cary is back and talks with us about how to destress. Stress relievers are so important in our busy life. She herself likes to mediate, Dr. Klly does ballet and I love to paint. We talk about art, paddle boarding, and double-dipping. Do you know how Mia survived the isolation of the pandemic?
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March 11, 2022 24 min
The amazing Dr. Mia Cary joins us to talk about how to stay optimistic in our ever-changing world. She has 2 cats, Leo and Luis and she explains what makes her so happy in life. Mia is an example for us all how we can treat ourselves better and focus on things that are important.
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