• Feline Hyperthyroid Treatment
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  • RadioIodine Treatment for Cats

Thyro-Cat Feline Hyperthyroid Treatment Facilities:

One Quick Shot   •   One Short Stay   •   One Permanent Cure!

Feline Hyperthyroidism is a disorder that occurs when the feline thyroid gland produces an excess of thyroid hormone. An excess of thyroid hormone affects all of the cat's organ systems. Thyro-Cat offers feline hyperthyroidism treatment for cats at centers in Danbury, CT, Stamford, CT, Long Island, NY, and Queensbury, NY. Our state-of-the-art centers use radioiodine therapy which is proven to be a fast, safe and effective method of treatment for feline hyperthyroidism. With one quick shot and one short stay, we offer your beloved cat a permanent cure.

Please call Thyro-Cat at 866-467-8228 (TCAT) for information and to schedule your cat's treatment.


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About Feline Hyperthyroidism

Feline Hyperthyroidism is a condition that occurs when the feline thyroid gland produces an excess of thyroid hormone. The condition is common across both sexes and all breeds, and often affects cats in their middle age or senior years. Symptoms include changes in behavior, weight loss, increased water intake, hyperactivity or lethargy, changes in appetite, and excessive shedding. Read more »

About RadioIodine Therapy

The preferred treatment for cats suffering from feline hyperthyroidism is RadioIodine therapy. RadioIodine therapy involves a single injection just under the skin, and is followed by a 3-5 day stay at the Thyro-Cat treatment facility. The treatment requires no anesthesia and typical thyroid function usually resumes after one month. Most cats only need one treatment. Read more »

Thyro-Cat Treatment Facilities

Thyro-Cat feline hyperthyroidism treatment facilities are located in Danbury CT, Stamford CT, Long Island NY, and Queensbury NY.

If you have any questions regarding the locations of our treatment facilities, please give us a call at (866) 467-8228, or visit our  location directory »