Hyperthyroidism is a common feline endocrine disorder, most often diagnosed in older cats. If your cat has hyperthyroidism, his or her thyroid gland will produce excessive amounts of thyroid hormone, which is not desirable and the gland may be enlarged.
Common signs connected with hyperthyroidism are weight loss, increased appetite, increased thirst, hyperactivity, diarrhoea and/or vomiting, poor skin and coat condition.
If left untreated it can lead to serious problems and may be even fatal. Good news is, this disease is highly manageable and can be controlled with proper veterinary care.
Prescription Diet™ y/d™ Feline is the first clinically proven nutrition to manage cat’s thyroid health without medication, radioactive iodine therapy or surgery.
Watch the short video to see how y/d™ works.
y/d™ improves thyroid health in 3 weeks when fed as sole source of nutrition.
Since the iodine level in other nutrition can affect the effectiveness of y/d™, it’s important that the cat doesn’t eat other pet food, table scraps or treats.