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What Is Special About A Radioactive Cat?

What are radioactive cats?

Radioactive cats have either been genetically modified or exposed to radiation causing them to change their colors

These are cats that have radioactive components in them. They can be genetically modified cats that have the ability to change their colors at the exposure to radiation. You thought that chameleons are the only animals capable of changing their colors? You will be surprised you can own a cat with the very same capabilities.

That will be so cool, right?

But what is special about a radioactive cat? Read along to learn more about great science of our time.

Why are there radioactive cats?

Are Cats Radioactive?

1. Your Cats Environment is Radioactive

You will be very surprised to realize that perhaps your house is in a place with some radioactive materials. The building of Nuclear power plants in the world could be causing cats to be exposed to radioactivity.

2. Radioactive treatment of cats

radioactive cat Treatment
What is special about a radioactive cat Treatment

There are treatments that when administered to your feline friend, she is likely to be radioactive to some extent.

A radioiodine treatment is one of the most common ways of treating hyperthyroidism. That is not Greek. I can see you scratching your head at the mention of the word.

In simple terms, hyperthyroidism is a condition most common in older and middle-aged cats. This condition will make your cat start behaving so strangely.

Your cat is likely to have an increased appetite, eating everything and anything she comes about. The funny part is that with this heavy feeding, your friend will keep losing weight. It is like the food is passed out directly as it comes from the mouth.

Other symptoms are diarrhea, vomiting, frequent thirst and urination, mood changes and hyperactivity. This condition can be treated using the Pet Wellbeing Methimazole for Cats which is continuously administered for a year or longer for complete treatment.

Can your cat maintain this dosage for a year? That is practically impossible.

My cat is that type that has a phobia for drugs. So a one-off treatment will save you the struggle. The best way of treating such a condition is therefore by using the radioactive iodine.

The radioactive iodine is injected once into the cat, and that will be the end of treatment. This automatically makes your best friend radioactive. But what is special about a radioactive cat that has undergone this method of hyperthyroidism treatment? Well, the radioactive iodine is safe for human beings. I can see the sigh of relief on your face now.

Advantages of radioactive treatment for Cats

Science has proven that your radioactive feline will stay longer than other cats

This form of treatment is done only once making it very efficient. “Pilling” a cat daily is cumbersome. Do not be the person that scares your friend away into hiding whenever she sees you around. That is what is associated with the pills.

The worse of it is when you see it breaking the bond between you and your friend. Thanks to the brain behind the radioactive iodine treatment, the frequent hiding that you could have subjected your cat to will be a thing of the past.

With this treatment, there won’t be any side effects. Can you imagine the ugly scenes of cat wastes everywhere within the house? Avoid such ugly scenes of your cat turning your entire house into a loo by using the radioactive treatment. Science has proven that your radioactive feline will stay longer than other cats. With all these merits, do you still have to know what is special about a radioactive cat?

3 Safety precautions to be considered with radioactive cat

After taking a look at what is special about a radioactive cat, it is important that we look at some of the precautions to put in place when handling them.

  1. Ensure that your cat is quarantined for a period of two weeks after treatment so that the radioactive substances excreted in saliva, urine and feces are eliminated in totality. You do not want to expose yourself to such radioactive substances. Unless you want to shorten your lifespan.
  2. It is recommended that you enclose your cat in her own room for some time.
    Am sure her friends will be all over the place asking about her whereabouts. Just find a way of explaining to them that you are doing all these to their benefit as well.
  3. Use water and soap to thoroughly wash your hands when you touch her or anything that she has come into contact with during this period. Otherwise, you will end up with contaminated utensils and food. Next will be “generator-like” sounds coming from your stomach with frequent movements in and out of the toilet.

The day that you will be releasing her from the confinement will be the most amazing one. Invite her friends and hold a party for her. Let your feline friend feel the love. That is the best you can do to be thankful that she has recovered.

Conclusion: What is special about a radioactive cat?

Radioactive cats hold a special place in our lives.

Be it the genetically modified ones or those who might find themselves in such states due to treatments. Whichever the case, it is absolutely important to be cautious with radioactive substances.

I hope that this article has been helped you know what is special about a radioactive cat.

Do you have any questions or suggestions?

Blu the Bengal

I am a Female 3 year Bengal Crossbreed from London, UK