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001. Electronic Mailing Lists




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This article is from the Cat Resources FAQ, posted to rec.pets.cats newsgroup. Maintained by Cindy Tittle Moore with numerous contributions by others.

001. Electronic Mailing Lists

There is a electronic mailing lists for vets, vet students and people otherwise involved with the veterinary profession. Send email inquiries to jeffp@vetmed.wsu.edu for details.

There is a feline-l mailing list. To subscribe, send email to listserv@psuvm.psu.edu with subscribe FELINE-L your name in the body of the message, where "your name" is your own name, not a login or email address. This is for general interest in domestic cats.

The cat fanciers mailing list is for those seriously interested in the breeding and showing of cats. Drop an inquiry to Orca Starbuck at fanciers-request@ai.mit.edu for more information about the group.

A mailing list for non-domestic cats has been recently created. This is felines-l@cornell.edu (don't confuse this with feline-l, for domestic cats). Subscribe by sending email to listserv@cornell.edu with subscribe FELINES-L your name in the body of the message where "your name" is your own name, not your login or email address. The list owner is ukjp@rzstud1.rz.uni-karlsruhe.de (Tobias Koehler)

 

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