42899Re: [FH] Spiky fur
- Aug 1 5:45 AMWhen Skip was hyperthyroid, his fur was very coarse. It wasn't until after we had the I-Cat done that we noticed how soft his fur had become. The hyperthyroid caused a lots of changes in him that went back to normal once treated.
Also, I know that if Skip is depressed (when he didn't like his canned food) and not speaking to me that he doesn't groom as much. His fur feels different. Of course he was not getting the nutrients from the food that he needed at that time as well; since he wasn't eating his food.
Michelle and Skip
--- In email@example.com, Carol <carolroar@...> wrote:
> Sometimes cats who are hyperthyroid can have that spikey fur. Misty who is hyperthyroid along with her other problems has that. I'm not sure why it gets that way, but my angel Sweetie who was also hyperthyroid had it too.
> Sometimes it can be something as simple as if they're not grooming as much their fur will get that spikey look, or if they could just need a little more moisture or oil in the food...the omega fatty acids, so giving something like a little fish oil may help.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim Sinclair <jisincla@...>
> This is probably a strange question, but I have been dealing with so
> much sick cat stuff, and two cat deaths within three months, and I'm
> probably a bit on-edge about my surviving cats' health, so here goes:
> Do cats get bad hair days from heat and humidity, or is spiky
> sticking-up fur a sign of possible health problems? The cat is Xena,
> an 8-year-old spayed female DSH with no known health problems to date.
> Jim Sinclair jisincla@...
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