It has been too long since Ebony left this world. I can't remember the values. However, when he tested for hypothyroidism, it was believed that cats did not develop the condition. Luckily, my vets tend to go beyond the typical and ran the appropriate tests. Now it is pretty well accepted as a feline problem. Please don't let your vet brush the possibility off as not applicable to cats.
On Feb 11, 2009, at 8:00 AM, Stefania wrote:


Did he do blood work for thyroid problems?

They had her blood tested and I have all values, such as iron, proteins, cholesterol etc...
Is there anything more specific for thyroid?

Stef


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