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4 years ago
4 years ago
i wouldnt worry as long as their acting normal/happy/content.
She is definitely happy! Thanks
Don't worry if she acts like she normally does, so it's probably just your cat getting older and when they get older they get more hungry.
Thanks for the feedback, useful and reassuring.
Not to panic you but I would get Puss checked by a vet. It could only could be a thyroid problem. I had a Puss that was starving all the time and that was what the problem turned out to be. Good luck
Oh thank you, hadn't thought of thyroid. I will make an appointment.
Andrew the Vet
This is Dr Andrew Jones.
I concur, and would have advised having her thyroid checked. Did she test as being hyperthyroid?
I haven't taken her yet. The hunger seems to come and go and I wonder if she is just being greedy! She fusses round my hubby when he is feeding and he gives in and offers her more food but I just say no!
Since getting your last message I thought that I really should take Dotty to the vet. I have now done this and he checked her over and said that her thyroid is fine. Apparantly he has a cat at home just like her who will fuss for more food, will eat it quite happily if he is given more but if he is ignored then he gives up asking and is also happy with that. Thanks again for your feedback.
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