Louis J. Camuti, the First Feline Veterinarian: He Dignified the Cat

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Known simply as the cat doctor, Louis J. Camuti, DVM (Cornell Class of 1920) of New York City was the first veterinarian to devote his practice solely to feline medicine. His story is told by his daughter, Nina Danielson and lauded by Dr. Jane Brunt, director of the CATalyst Council that encourages cat-friendly health care.

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2013-05-28
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Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
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Feline veterinarian; History of Veterinary Medicine; Camuti, Louis J.; New York University New York State Veterinary College; Cornell University; All My Patients are Under the Bed; Park Avenue Vet; Danielsen, Nina; Scott, Fredric W.; Brunt, Jane E.; CATalyst Council; Feline Health Center at Cornell University
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