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Well, all the symptoms add up and I'm pretty sure that our cat has hypothyroidism. She's quite wild all the time and gets pretty ferocious when she plays. Also, she meows all through the night and hardly sleep, comparing to cat standards. I hope we can solve her problem through a good diet, I don't think I could afford to get Radioiodine therapy for her. http://www.mybaysidevet.com
This is really interesting. I wonder if my cat had this problem before he passed away. He was a really old man, so I'm sure he had quite a few issues. He lost a ton of weight the last year he was alive even though his eating habits didn't change. http://www.robertirelandvm.com/
Thank you so much for sharing more about hyperthyroidism in cats. I have been hearing more about this and I am concerned that my cat may have this disease. She has been losing weight for quite some time, even though she has been eating a lot more. She also has been acting a bit strangely and seems to not be caring for her fur very well. I should probably go get this checked out soon so that we can get the tumor removed if necessary. Thanks for the great post! http://www.windsorvet.com