Winn Feline Foundation Announces a Special Call
for Research Grant Proposals for Feline Infectious Peritonitis
For Immediate Release
Winn Feline Foundation Call for Research Proposals
Wyckoff, NJ: August 29, 2018
Winn Feline Foundation is a non-profit, charitable organization that funds research into health issues affecting cats.
Specific Subject Areas: Research pertaining to feline infectious peritonitis (FIP), including genetics/molecular biology, prevention, diagnostics, and safe and effective treatment.
Winn Feline Foundation, in a special funding opportunity made possible through The Bria Fund for FIP Research, is calling for proposals that address genetics/molecular biology, prevention, novel diagnostics,...
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Many of you know that we held a fundraiser last month to recruit new FIP Patriots and raise money for future FIP research. Donations were received from new patriots and many experienced ones serving in our army to end FIP.
For the month of July, we raised $9395, almost a third of the amount needed to fund a $35,000 FIP study award! Thank you to everyone who participated and donated in July.