Originally Posted by Sammy_Cat
I wish I knew what the problem is. He is purring all the time and seems to have laboured/fast breathing. Does this mean he is in pain? What do you think is wrong with him?
Yes, that does mean he's in pain.
What about toxins? How is his bloodwork? After the hypothyroidism is the vet doing follow up blood work to ensure the meds are adequate? Is there another vet that you can take Tiger to for a second opinion?
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