Is This in Your Home? May Make Kitty Suffer

Analysis by Dr. Karen Shaw Becker

household chemicals cat hyperthyroidism

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  • A recent study suggests the flame-retardant chemicals that replaced polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) are also endocrine disruptors and also contribute to hyperthyroidism in cats

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