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Hyperthyroidism Gold Support Kit

Natural Support for Hyperthyroidism in Cats & Pets

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Hope For Cats With Hyperthyroidism

Inspiring Pet Tails 4 min read
bramba the black cat laying outside surrounded by colorful autumn leaves. The story of how her catdad, Brian found hope for cats with hyperthyroidism.

Hyperthyroidism is, unfortunately, a common condition in cats. In fact, it is the most common hormone issue found in cats and is often found in cats over the age of 10. Finding out your beloved kitty has hyperthyroidism can be devastating but it doesn’t have to be. There is hope for cats with hyperthyroidism. There are many ways to support your kitty to help them live a happy and healthy life.

Cat-dad Brian reached out to us to tell us his story of when his furkiddo Bramba, was recently diagnosed with hyperthyroidism and the hope he found to help him through it.

Black cat, Bramba sitting on Brian's shoulder.
My Bramba is like a child to me. When she started wasting away (3 days after my 16-year-old dog died), I thought I was going to have a breakdown. About 2 weeks after starting the meds, she began vomiting around 80% of everything she ate. I made a pot of coffee and stayed up for almost 36 hours straight researching. I found a really amazing support group (and I’m not exactly the support group kinda guy). A man who started the group has been caring specifically for hyperthyroidism in cats since 1999. He told me about NHV.

I knew this was our last go at fighting for her life. She had gone from 17 lbs to 7 lbs. She couldn’t rest, never slept…I could feel her tension and restlessness. I felt so much guilt for not recognizing the signs earlier, but because she was playing and active, it never occurred to me anything was wrong.

But now, the happy stuff: The exact day that I started the NHV Resthyro combo pack was the first day in 2 weeks that she didn’t immediately throw up after eating. I watched her whole mind and body sigh with relief and she slept for at least 9 solid hours. Her relief was my relief. We both slept well for the first time in a long, long month. It’s only been a week, but she’s gaining weight. Her fur is shiny and soft again. She’s even playful but not in the “unable to relax” way. She is the pickiest cat on earth, so she won’t eat her food when I mix the liquid in, although I’ve read other reviews saying their cats did take the supplements in that way. So, I have to stick the dropper in the side of her mouth and force it down. She’s such a drama queen. At first she was really mad about it for a long time after each administration, but now that she’s feeling so much better, she knows I’m doing it for her good, so she doesn’t stay mad for long.

Holistic Regimen for Cats With Hyperthyroidism

Bramba is taking the Hyperthyroidism Gold Support Kit which contains Resthyro and Turmeric.

“Every cat is different, but add my name to the list of thankful reviews. This stuff works and for us, it didn’t take 30 days…more like 3 days.”

Resthyro was formulated by a holistic veterinarian and master herbalist specifically to support pets with hyperthyroidism. It helps balance symptoms of hyperthyroidism like excessive thirst, appetite, and urination. Resthyro also helps calm tension and irritability associated with hyperthyroidism.

Since an overactive thyroid gland effects other parts of the body as well, Turmeric is included in the Hyperthyroidism Gold Support Kit. Turmeric is considered a superfood and helps with liver, kidney, and heart function which all can be affected by the condition. NHV Turmeric contains black pepper, which increases the bioavailability of turmeric.

For additional liver support, we recommend adding Milk Thistle to your hyperthyroid furkiddo’s regimen. Hearty-Heart can also be beneficial to add to the regimen as heart issues are common in untreated hyperthyroidism.

If your kitty is a finicky eater like Bramba, feel free to reach out to our pet experts who have tips that can make administering supplements easier.

Black cat bramba who has hyperthyroidism, laying on a book about herbs.

Finding Hope & Support

If you’re reading this, chances are you feel desperate like I did. Just remember to be kind to yourself. You’re not to blame. You can’t prepare for the infinite things that could go wrong. Every cat is different, but add my name to the list of thankful reviews. This stuff works and for us, it didn’t take 30 days…more like 3 days.

As I type this, my house-panther is happily eating and lapping up chicken bone broth.

We believe that there is always hope for cats with hyperthyroidism and we are here to help kitties and pet parents like Bramba and Brian as much as we can. Click the link below to chat with one of our pet experts about what your can do to support your cat with hyperthyroidism.

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Published: December 11, 2020

2 replies

  1. Amy Anthony says:

    My cat has gained a considerable amount of weight in the last 6 months. At first, we thought he was eating too much but he’s extra weight seems to be something else. His stomach is big and tight…but he is feeling fine. I think it maybe hypothyroidism… any suggestions?

    1. Team NHV says:

      Hi Amy,

      Thank you so much for reaching out to us.

      We’re so sorry to hear about your little one’s uncomfortable symptoms. We know it can be really scary to see our furkids going through things like this, especially when we’re not certain what’s causing the issue.

      Please know that our team is here with you whenever you need us.

      While weight gain can definitely be a sign of hypothyroidism, it can also be a sign of multiple health conditions including diabetes, viral conditions, and even arthritis. At this time we think it would be best if your kitty visited the vet to get to the bottom of what’s causing the weight gain. Once you have a diagnosis, feel free to reach out to us and we’ll be more than happy to guide you on which natural supplements would be most suitable for your sweetheart’s needs.

      Sending lots and lots of love to you and your furmily!

      Yours in wellness,
      Team NHV

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