Feline cancer is nearly as common as canine cancer. In fact, as many as one in five cats will be diagnosed with cancer in their life, and many will succumb to this disease.
Despite the grim prognosis of feline cancer, this disease is underfunded and underresearched in cats.
Here at the Flint Animal Cancer Center, we’re doubling down on our efforts to fund research projects and improve outcomes. Your support will help move the needle on feline cancer research.
ANGELO FELINE THERAPEUTICS DISCOVERY
The Angelo Feline Therapeutics Discovery Fund supports research in feline therapeutics and the unique considerations for chemotherapy associated with cats.
The Angelo Feline Therapeutics Discovery Fund was established in memory of Angelo, a beloved cat who had lymphoma, and in honor of Dr. Janet Lori, a CSU-trained veterinary oncologist who provided Angelo’s cancer care. Cats have unique and sometimes unpredictable challenges with cancer chemotherapy due to species-specific metabolic processes. Very little information about the optimum use of anti-cancer compounds is available to guide cancer therapy in cats. All donations to Angelo’s Fund support our Feline Cancer Research Initiative.
Feline Cancer Research at the Flint Animal Cancer Center
Feline Cancer Information
Cancer is common in cats... here's what you need to know.
In Honor of Dimitri
Changing the face of feline cancer research.
GI Lymphoma in Cats
Growing our understanding of gastrointestinal (GI) lymphoma in cats.
Support Feline Cancer Research
Unfortunately, feline cancer is the least understood and lowest funded of all animal cancer types. We need your help to unlock the mysteries of cat cancer to move the needle on feline cancer diagnostics and treatment. All donations to Angelo's Fund support our Feline Cancer Research Initiative.