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Ilona Rodan Dr. Ilona Rodan is ABVP certified in feline practice and the founder of the Cat Care Clinic in Madison, Wisconsin. Additionally, Dr. Rodan started Feline- Friendly Consultations to help practices with handling techniques and environmental changes to benefit veterinary professionals, owners, and cats and founded Cat Behavior Solutions for veterinary referral of frustrating feline behavior problems. Dr. Rodan is an active volunteer of the American Association of Feline Practitioners, a past-president, and co-chair of several guidelines and welfare position statements. Rodan is a co-editor and co-author of the book Feline Behavioral Health and Welfare published in 2015.

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