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  • Dr. Julie Levy was featured in stories about the Million Cat Challenge that appeared in The Alligator, WUFT News and on TV-20 News. The original press release about the initiative meeting its halfway milestone of saving 500,000 cats with nearly 400 shelters across the country that are taking part was written by UC Davis.
  • The University of Florida’s animal forensic sciences program was referenced in a story on ABC News.
  • Dr. David Freeman’s presentation of the effects of fluid therapy on horses with colic appeared on and in TheHorse.
  • A story about a collaborative effort between the UF Animal Technical Rescue Team and the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office appeared in the Gainesville Sun,  in The Independent Florida Alligator, on WJXT-Channel 4, on Fox 13 News and on WCJB-Channel 20.
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April 2016

Million Cat Challenge reaches landmark

The Million Cat Challenge celebrates reaching halfway mark on April 11, noting 500,000 cats have been saved

Dr. Stan Kim

Faculty honored for research accomplishments

Select members of the college’s faculty were honored for their research accomplishments during Phi Zeta Day.

UF team rescues calf from sinkhole in Newberry

The college’s Large Animal Technical Rescue Team successfully hoisted a calf from a sinkhole, saving its life.

Events promote mental, physical health, children’s cause

A variety of student events held in late March were aimed at enhancing wellness awareness while raising funds for a good cause.

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