Then look no further.  Radiocat has it! One injection injection of Radioiodine (I-131) cures 98-99% of Feline Hyperthyroidism cases. Traditionally, we have treated cats with either surgery or with medication. Surgery can be risky and there can be side effects and it doesn’t always cure the cat. Medication is life long, does not cure the disease, and can have potential side effects and require blood monitoring.

Hyperthyroid cats have a tumor that is producing too much thyroid hormone. Almost all of these turmors are benign but they are speeding up the cat’s metabolism, causing an increase in water consumption and urination, increase or decrease in appetite, hyeractivity or lethargy, weight loss, vomiting, diarrhea, increased heart rate, abnormal heart rhythm, even death!

Radioiodine is now the treatment of choice. It requires only one injection to cure your cat of hyperthyroidism. It destroys the thyroid tumor, wherever it may be, safely and effectively. Having cured over 35,000 cats, it is the best and most cost effective treatment for your cat! Learn more at

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