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Hyperthyroidism In Cats Treatment

Increase weight, curb appetite, and reduce thirst naturally

This common disease afflicts cats when they reach middle age.

Hyperthyroidism in cats is caused by an increase in production of thyroid hormones known as T3 and T4. These hormones are produced by an enlarged thyroid gland in your feline friend’s neck. Researchers believe that this enlargement of the thyroid gland is non-cancerous in most instances. However, there are some rare cases when hyperthyroid disease is caused by malignant tumors known as thyroid adenocarcinomas. The cause of this condition is unknown. Researchers suspect contributing factors that include: diet deficiencies, excess compounds in the diet, and frequent exposure to thyroid-disrupting chemicals found in cat food or the environment. 

Since thyroid hormones are distributed throughout most organs in a cat’s body, secondary issues tend to arise when the condition is present. The most common clinical signs are weight loss, increased appetite, and lots of drinking and urination. It may also cause vomiting, diarrhea, and hyperactive behavior. Your fur baby may also neglect daily grooming. So, their coat may look matted or greasy. 

While consulting your veterinarian is recommended if you are concerned about hyperthyroidism, we also want to share our affordable and all-natural solution. Introducing our product, Cat Weight Gain + Hyperthyroidism Treatment, designed to naturally address the condition. Learn more about the product and condition below.. 

Not sure if this is the right solution? Feel free to Chat With Us or give us or send an email to: info@bestlife4pets.com with any questions. We're more than happy to assist you with choosing an optimal solution.

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He seems to be putting on weight and it does not make him sick like the prescription meds from the vet. So far we are happy with the product.

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I am so happy with the meds for BestLife4Pets. My kitty who has hyperthyroidism and was not eating and throwing up. She went down to 5 lbs when I discovered your Hyperthyroidism Supplement for Cats. She has stopped throwing up and is now eating. She has gained 1 1/2 lbs. Thank you so much for this product.

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Cat Weight Gain + Hyperthyroidism Treatment

  • Increases weight 
  • Calms mood 
  • Reduces thirst & urge to urinate 
  • Odorless & easy to give
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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s caused by an increase in production of thyroid hormones known as T3 and T4. These hormones are produced by an enlarged thyroid gland in your feline friend’s neck

Cats with hyperthyroidism may exhibit symptoms such as weight loss, increased appetite, hyperactivity, vomiting, and changes in coat quality.

The cost of hyperthyroidism treatment for cats can vary depending on factors such as the chosen treatment method, the severity of the condition, and geographic location. Generally, treatment options may include medication, radioactive iodine therapy, or surgery.

Veterinarians sometimes treat the condition with lifetime antithyroid drugs that reduce the production of T3 and T4 hormones. These medications can cause unwanted side effects like vomiting, anorexia, fever, anemia, and lethargy. If you want to avoid these issues then you may want to consider an all-natural solution to treat the condition.

If left untreated, hyperthyroidism in cats can result in weight loss, organ damage (particularly to the heart, kidneys, and liver), cardiovascular issues, gastrointestinal problems, behavioral changes, and a weakened immune system.

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