Cat Hyperthyroidism-A Brief Introduction By Catharine Wells
As cat owners, there's nothing more distressing than finding out that
your feline friend is sick. In the case of a disorder such as feline
hyperthyroidism, the consequences can be severe and have the potential
to rob your pet of its health, comfort, and even its life. However,
when armed with some basic knowledge, you'll be better able to help
your cat through its illness and to hopefully catch the problem early
on so you can ease your pet's suffering and improve its health with
early treatment and intervention.
The care that you give your cat, the quality of the food that your cat
eats the kind of lifestyle that your cat lives. All these things play
their part in the chances of your cat enjoying a long life.
Veterinary medicine has made some great advances in recent years, and
this is one of the reasons the average age of domestic cats is
increasing. A well cared for cat that is kept indoors and is fed a good
nutritional diet, would be expected to live for about 15 years.
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