Is your cat ravenously hungry, losing weight and acting restless or aggressive? He could have hyperthyroidism, a common feline health problem.
Most cat caregivers know that a change in appetite and weight is cause for concern. In most cases, suppressed appetite leads to weight loss, while a large appetite results in weight gain or obesity. But what if your cat has become ravenously hungry – and is actually losing weight? These symptoms can be caused by a number of health problems, but hyperthyroidism is one of most common, especially if your kitty is getting older and is displaying addition signs such as vomiting,