Posts from April, 2016
While there are owners who dread the thought of traveling with a cat, there are times when there’s simply no other choice. Perhaps you’re relocating or boarding isn’t your cat’s cup of kibble…or maybe you and your cat actually enjoy being away from home together! Whatever the case may be, the pet experts can help steer you and your cat toward a safe, happy, and comfortable trip. Continue…
Despite being one of the most common endocrine conditions among cats, very few owners are aware of feline hyperthyroidism. This may be due, in part, to the erroneous assumption that old cats are just skinny. However, for felines over the age of 10, hyperthyroidism and diabetes can significantly impact quality of life and life expectancy.
An Overview of Feline Hyperthyroidism
When the thyroid glands – those two small lobes on each side of the trachea – produce an excess of hormones, hyperthyroidism ensues. This occurs when abnormal cells form masses or adenomas (benign lumps) within the lobe. Although there’s no clear reason why these adenomas form, there is some speculation around certain food ingredients and environmental toxins. Continue…
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