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My beloved cat was diagnosed with a hyperactive thyroid. This made her feel starving all of the time; she ate but still had significant weight loss from her original 7 1/2 pound self. It can be a fatal disease. There are two ways to treat it: to take a pill for the rest of her life or receive one shot from a specialist. This shot is like a routine vacine and has a very high percentage to work the first time given. The shot only affects the growth on the thyroid which is causing the problem. First, we tried the pill, it made my frail cat so sick. She needed the food in her and she looked so pathetic. There was no other choice. Next, I called Radio Cat and left a message. They said that they will return my call within a certain amount of hours, and they did! The first experience was very professional. She kindly explained everything, set up the appointment, and let me know what had to be done. They communicated with my regular vet. Then it was time to bring her to Middletown, about an hours drive away. My cat was there with a few other cats; they keep the numbers very small so they can be individual attention. One person was her caregiver there. He made daily phone calls each of the four days that she was there to let us know exactly how she was doing. He genuinely cared about the cats and understood the emotions of separation from her. After receiving her shot within the first hours of arrival, cats need the four days to become less radioactive to be safe to come home. There is no pain to the cats. She watched kitty videos. After our reunion, we were sent home with a supply of special kitty litter that flushes because radioactive litter cannot be thrown out with the regular trash.This was back in June and she was just under six pounds. By the end of August, a blood test shown that her levels improved and she gained back a little more than 1/2 a pound. Now it is October. She's been a little pudgy for a while, healthy and content. Her feeding time is back on schedule and she hasn't been desperate for her canned food at 4 AM for months. She would have been dead by now if we didn't go to Radio Cat. Having her be a healthy, happy, sometimes a niusance, makes all of the money spent well worth it.

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My beloved cat was diagnosed with a hyperactive thyroid. This made her feel starving all of the time; she ate but still had significant weight loss from her original 7 1/2 pound self. It can be a fatal disease. There are two ways to treat it: to take a pill for the rest of her life or receive one shot from a specialist. This shot is like a routine vacine and has a very high percentage to work the first time given. The shot only affects the growth on the thyroid which is causing the problem. First, we tried the pill, it made my frail cat so sick. She needed the food in her and she looked so pathetic. There was no other choice. Next, I called Radio Cat and left a message. They said that they will return my call within a certain amount of hours, and they did! The first experience was very professional. She kindly explained everything, set up the appointment, and let me know what had to be done. They communicated with my regular vet. Then it was time to bring her to Middletown, about an hours drive away. My cat was there with a few other cats; they keep the numbers very small so they can be individual attention. One person was her caregiver there. He made daily phone calls each of the four days that she was there to let us know exactly how she was doing. He genuinely cared about the cats and understood the emotions of separation from her. After receiving her shot within the first hours of arrival, cats need the four days to become less radioactive to be safe to come home. There is no pain to the cats. She watched kitty videos. After our reunion, we were sent home with a supply of special kitty litter that flushes because radioactive litter cannot be thrown out with the regular trash.This was back in June and she was just under six pounds. By the end of August, a blood test shown that her levels improved and she gained back a little more than 1/2 a pound. Now it is October. She's been a little pudgy for a while, healthy and content. Her feeding time is back on schedule and she hasn't been desperate for her canned food at 4 AM for months. She would have been dead by now if we didn't go to Radio Cat. Having her be a healthy, happy, sometimes a niusance, makes all of the money spent well worth it.

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