In the News
As one of the few Board-Certified Feline Specialists in the country, Dr. Weigner is a frequent expert source for journalists. These articles were originally published in newspapers and magazines such as New York Times, Reader’s Digest, Chicago Tribune, Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Cat Fancy, Catnip magazine, USA Weekend, etc.
Expert Advice on Kitten Behavior Sandy Robins, PawNation, 2013 ,
Cat Litter Warning Signs Dusty Rainbolt, Cat Fancy Magazine, 2012 ,
, by Jennifer A. Kingston, New York Times, 2010 ‘Catios’ Bring cats Outdoors
, by Morieka Johnson, Mother Nature Network, May 2010 Allergies, Cat Story
, by Morieka Johnson, Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 2009 Healthy Pets, Happy Wallets
, by Natalie E. Russell, USA Weekly, 2008 Cats can be eco, too
, by Karen Commings, Catwatch (Cornell Feline Health Center), 2007 Your Cat’s Sense of Hearing
., by Karen Commings, Catwatch, 2007 A Feline Dear Diary: Keeping track of behavior and important health information can be a great asset to your cat and her veterinarian. Here’s why
, by Sally Deneen, Catnip (Tufts University College of Veterinary Medicine) 2007 Hairballs 101
, by Sandy Robins, MSNBC, 2006 Visit our Flying the Fur-Friendly Skies Travel page for more information.
, by Steve Dale, Chicago Tribune, 2005 Pregnant Women Don’t Need to Give up Their Cats
Cat Myths by Karen Commings, Cat Watch, 2005 ,
Compounding Drugs by Karen Commings, Cat Watch 2005 ,
Chow Time: Understanding Feline Diets by Don Vaughan, 2004. Visit our , Nutrition page for more information.
Keep “Em Both: Cats and Babies by Marty Becker, DVM, Cat Fancy, 2004 ,
Kitten Nutrition by Marcella Durand,Cats Magazine, 2004. Visit our , page for more information! Nutrition
by Karen Cummings, Catwatch, 2004 Foiling the Feline Houdini,
, by Marcella Durand,Cat Facts, 2003 Recognizing Your Cat’s Pain
, by Maryann Mott, The Daily Cat, 2002 Ensure Curiosity Doesn’t Kill Your Cat
, by Salvatore Butera, Drew Weigner, et al, is an abstract of an article published by Dr. Weigner and veterinarians and physicians from the Centers for Disease Control proving that viruses such as Feline Leukemia and FIV are not contagious to humans. Survey of Veterinary Conference Attendees for Evidence of Zoonotic Infection by Feline Retroviruses
, book chapter authored by Dr. Weigner in "Feline Internal Medicine Secrets". Feline Hypertension