Upper respiratory infections in cats are similar to colds in humans, and while they are often nothing to worry about, they can have serious consequences, particularly in shelters, where they are among the top reasons why shelter cats are put down. In this podcast, Dr. Kate Hurley, director of the Koret Shelter Medicine Program at the University of California-Davis, talks about feline upper respiratory infections and her current research on the subject.

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