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    Restoring Health & Happiness

    to Hyperthyroid Cats Since 1992
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As of Thursday February 1st, 2024, we are currently experiencing an unprecedented volume of communications from both owners and referring clinics. We are a small staff and are working diligently to respond to everyone's queries in the order they are received. We apologize, as it is currently taking anywhere from 3-5 business days to respond to non-urgent requests.

If you believe your cat is having a medical emergency, please reach out to your local veterinarian or emergency clinic immediately. This includes if your cat has not eaten in over 24 hours.

If you have contacted us regarding scheduling, rest assured we are responding as fast as we can; we review each case in its entirety prior to booking, which can take up to a week or more, depending on the patient. 

Most general questions (pricing, how appointment days look, lab testing needed, etc.) can be found in our essential reading and appointment requests can also be made on our website here.

Thank you so much for your patience, and we will be in touch with you soon!

Offering the safest, most reliable treatment for Feline Hyperthyroidism


Hyperthyroidism is the most common hormonal disease of cats resulting from excess thyroid hormone, which puts significant and potentially fatal stresses on the body. Radioiodine therapy, also referred to as I-131, is the safest and most effective therapy available. It's less risky than surgery, as it is generally a one-time injection and does not require medicating your cat daily for years. Most cats stay a couple nights before returning home — happy and healthy.

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