Perspectives on Cats: A Newsletter for Cat Fanciers was published by the Cornell Feline Health Center. It intended to help cat owners and breeders understand cats and their special medical needs by providing timely information related to feline health and diseases.

Preceded by Feline Health Perspectives from 1981 to 1982, this newsletter was issued quarterly as Perspectives on Cats from 1983 through 1997. After this publication ceased, similar content became available in Cat Watch: The Newsletter for Cat People, from vol.1, No. 1, March 1997 to date.

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  • Perspectives on Cats, Spring 1996 

    Unknown author (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1996)
    Topics in this issue include: When Your Cat Misbehaves; Mew Briefs; Mail Bag; Honor Roll.
  • Pespectives on Cats, Fall 1996 

    Unknown author (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1996)
    Topics in this issue include: Choosing and Caring for Your New Cat; Feline Health Center Funds New Studies; Mail Bag; Honor Roll; In the News: Developing a Genetic-based FeLV Test.
  • Perspectives on Cats, Winter 1997 

    Unknown author (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1997)
    Topics in this issue include: Dr. Fred W. Scott Retires (James R. Richards); In the News: No-Kill Directory is Released, Help Lines Console Grieving Owners, Dr. Camuti Memorial Feline Consultation and Diagnostic Service ...
  • Perspectives on Cats, Spring 1995 

    Unknown author (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1995)
    Topics in this issue include:The Cat's Neow: A Lession in Feline Language; Pet Ownership for Persons with AIDS; Mail Bag; Honor Roll; Animal Instincts on the Air; Book Bits-Zoonotic Diseases.
  • Perspectives on Cats, Winter 1994 

    Unknown author (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1994)
    Topics in this issue include: Dr. Mew Speaks Out on Feline Health Care; Mail Bag; Solving Feline Behavior Problems, April 22-23 [Weekend short course]; Honor Roll; Purr-fect Gifts; Book Bit-Myocardial Diseases.

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