Information continues to trickle in about the situation with H5N1 avian influenza in cats in Poland. It’s mainly been updating the number of confirmed infected cats, with 16 cats in 3 cities being the latest number I’ve seen. It’s also now reported that some of the cats are primarily indoor (house) cats.

Numbers are part

Yes, I’m prone to making typos. No, this title isn’t one of them.

While we’re in the midst of an unprecedented international outbreak of H5N1 avian flu (with ongoing spillover into mammals), there’s a new kid on the block: H5N5 influenza. I think recent reports of H5N5 were glossed over by some who didn’t realize

Labrador retriever in a field

I have Labrador Retrievers, so I’m well versed in dealing with the implications of what my dogs have been eating (Labs being prone to considering just about anything fair game for ingestion). Owning such a pair of environmental vacuums, the question of whether dogs might be at risk of H5N1 avian flu exposure from bird