Feline Hyperthyroid Center in Stamford, CT

Prior to visiting this location, please call one of our feline hyperthyroidism specialists to schedule your visit: 866-467-8228.

Stamford, CT Thyro-Cat at:
Just Cats Veterinary Hospital

1029 East Main St.
Stamford, CT 06902
Phone: 866-467-8228 (TCAT)
Just Cats Veterinary Hospital

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Radioactive Iodine (I-131) Therapy for Feline Hyperthyroidism

Thyro-Cat of Stamford, CT answers a specific medical condition frequently occurring in middle-aged to senior cats (both female and male): feline hyperthyroidism. As our introduction to cat hyperthyroidism section discusses, feline hyperthyroidism occurs when a cat has a tumor on one or both of its thyroid gland's lobes. (Approximately 98% of cat thyroid tumors are benign, and only 2% cancerous). This, in turn, if left untreated, affects all of the cat's internal organs and most often becomes a fatal condition. This said, if diagnosed and treated early with radioactive iodine (I-131) treatment, feline hyperthyroidism can be handled effectively to save your cat's life and promote its long-term pet wellness.

Thyro-Cat feline hyperthyroidism treatment provides effective, affordable hyperthyroidism treatment for your cat in a comfortable environment, and serves not just Stamford, CT; but the surrounding areas as well to include Northeast states: NH, NJ, NY, RI, VT, MA, and PA. A visit to this location provides diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring for feline hyperthyroidism and focuses on providing cats and their owners an affordable, effective treatment solution to a debilitating disease.


How Feline Hyperthyroid Treament Works

The treatment used at all Thyro-Cat cat thyroid treatment centers is radioactive iodine (I-131) therapy, which is the same means used to effectively treat human hyperthyroidism, and has been providing successful results for decades. The feline thyroid treatment is administered as conveniently and easily as a pet vaccine (just under the skin), and if diagnosed/treated early on, works to regulate the cat's thyroid and save its life in a safe and effective manner. As it is radioactive, law stipulates that cats must stay at the hyperthyroidism treatment center for a 3-5 day duration-both to be able to monitor the cat's reaction to the treatment and overall health; as well as, to ensure the radiation level in the cat has reduced to a safe level.


The Thyro-Cat Treatment Process

Our Thyro-Cat facilities ensure that the process of cat diagnosis and treatment is as comfortable and effective as possible for your cat and its wellbeing. This is why all of our Thyro-Cat locations are climate-controlled, spacious, and even offer relaxing videos for your cat to watch while at the feline hyperthyroidism treatment center during your cat's 3-5 day stay.


What to Expect

  1. Cat is admitted to the treatment center.
  2. Chest/abdominal ultrasounds are administered and analyzed.
  3. The radioactive iodine (I-131) therapy injection is administered just under the cat's skin.
  4. Monitoring for 3-5 days after injection for radioactive levels in the cat (it's the law), as well as overall health status.
  5. Thyro-Cat sends a custom feline hyperthyroidism treatment report of your cat to your cat's veterinarian. This feline hyperthyroid report includes hyperthyroidism status, the treatment details, as well as recommendations for the veterinarian on applicable feline thyroid monitoring and treatment.

Expert, Compassionate Feline Specialists

Thyro-Cat's team of specially-trained, fully-licensed, and board-certified feline specialists offer affordable, effective radioactive iodine (I-131) treatment for your cat, and they care. As a key example of the finest veterinary specialists that work at Thyro-Cat treatment centers, meet Dr. Victor Rendano:

Dr. Victor Rendano, is the chief specialist at Thyro-Cat, and has extensive accolades and accreditations to include: certifications of VMD, MS, DACVR, and DACVR-RO; diplomate induction into the American College of Veterinary Radiology, diplomate/board certification in radiation oncology, professior of radiology at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, and veterinary radiology specialist.

To schedule an appointment at Thyro-Cat Feline Hyperthyroidism Treatment Center at our Stamford, CT, please call Thyro-Cat directly at 866-467-8228 (TCAT) or visit our Frequently Asked Questions about Feline Hyperthyroidism and Radioiodine I-131 Therapy page.

For veterinarians referring a feline patient to Thyro-Cat Feline Hyperthyroidism Treatment Center located at Just Cats Veterinary Hospital in Stamford, CT 06902, please visit our Veterinary Referral page.

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1029 East Main St.
Stamford
CT
06902
USA