Study: Program greatly decreased unowned cat
population in targeted area

TNR program cats

A recent study by Dr. Julie Levy and her colleagues looked at the impact of a trap-neuter-return program conducted in a targeted area in Gainesville. The study showed there were marked decreases in shelter intake and euthanasias of unowned cats in the area of intensive cat neutering and adoption compared with the rest of the county. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Julie Levy)


August 2014

Eagle release

Staffers aid in bald eagle release at Newnan’s Lake

UF veterinary staffers helped release an American bald eagle back into the wild on July 16.

Dr. Bolfer and 4H Congress

Youth with 4-H Congress visit college

Several high-schoolers who participated in the recent 4-H Congress listened and learned at the UF College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Art Donovan and Lucas Ibarbia

Degrees awarded to graduate students

Several UF CVM graduate students received degrees at UF summer commencement exercises.