Winner of “Timmy Prize”

Linda Brent, PhD

Executive Director, Parsemus Foundation

We have a winner for the first “Timmy Prize” for data collection on the use of Calchlorin. A veterinarian and shelter in Northwest USA won the prize, and provided the first data on the efficacy of Calchlorin to sterilize male cats. The U.S. Northwest veterinarian and shelter who won the first “Timmy Prize” for data collection submitted information on their experience using Calchlorin nonsurgical neuter injection to spare three feral cats surgery. The prize is meant to encourage sharing and transparency of data on the neuter injection. The prize is named in honor of Timmy, the beloved dog of two donors who sponsored the prize. Check out theNews Release.

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