Hyperthyroid cat pooping on kitchen floor. Why?
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Janice Turner

Janice Turner, columnist and interviewer for The Times newspaper, tells us in the Thursday edition of the newspaper that she is having ‘pet problems’. Specifically, her previously fastidious, 15-year-old cat, who has hyperthyroidism, started to poop on the kitchen floor … please continue reading

Veterinarian says that 90% of cats with hyperthyroidism are cured with radioactive iodine
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Radioactive iodine treatment for cats

Dr Laura Bahorich VMD, a veterinarian at Memphis Veterinary Specialists, tells us that she has a 90% success rate when using radioactive iodine or I-131 to treat domestic cats with hyperthyroidism. The price of the treatment is $900. It is … please continue reading

Spanish cat rescue did all they could to save a desperately thin cat
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Clover

This is a sweet and sad cat rescue story from Spain. I am very impressed with this rescue organisation. The non-profit cat rescue based in the south of Spain, Happy Pets Rescue, rescued this emaciated female cat from the streets … please continue reading

Older cats should have routine blood pressure tests
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Blood pressure test on cat

Elderly cat should be routinely checked for high blood pressure because it develops insidiously and can cause damage to the cat’s organs and exacerbate kidney failure. It is more present in cats with hyperthyroidism and kidney failure. please continue reading