Felis ISSN 2398-2950

What is Felis

Vetlexicon Felis is the ultimate Feline clinical information resource for small animal veterinarians/practices.

It provides evidence based point of care information, thousands of articles, images, videos and sounds, hundred of surgical and diagnostic techniques, a vast library of owner factsheets and much much more. All information is designed to optimise your individual and practice time and confidence and naturally support your clinical protocols.

Why do you need Felis?

Vetlexicon is the world's largest peer-reviewed online clinical resource and with 5,000 components in Felis alone devised over 26 categories, having this information at your fingertips 24/7 not only saves your practice time and money by speeding up critical decision making and reducing the need for referrals, it improves client communications, trust and retention and therefore increasing their revenue!

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New additions to Felis

The following new topics have recently been added to Felis:

Coming soon...

The following new topics are due to be added over the coming weeks:
  • Ear: ceruminous cystomatosis
  • Electroretinography

Focus on the older cat


Cats are considered to be elderly once they reach 11 years while those aged between 11-14 years are termed senior. Geriatric cats are 15 years and upwards. Certain diseases are more common in the older cat and multiple conditions are likely to be seen concurrently.

Laurent Garosi

Meet Laurent Garosi DVM Dip ECVN MRCVS

Laurent is a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Neurology (ECVN) and RCVS/European Specialist in Veterinary Neurology. He is currently company director and head of the neurology/neurosurgery service at Davies Veterinary Specialists, England.
In 2012, Laurent opened a dedicated feline neurology service which is the first of its kind in Europe. His main clinical and research interests are cerebrovascular diseases, neuro-imaging and feline neurology.
He is currently president of the ECVN, past chief examiner of the ECVN examination committee and co-editor with Simon Platt of a recently published textbook on Small Animal Neurological Emergencies.