My first post, bear with me. Our cat Girly is hyperthyroid, and has had it more than two years, and it has been getting worse. We gave her the herbal Thyroid Support Gold from April 2019 until it ran out early this year, and it may have eased some of her symptoms, but she hated being given the drops, and when it ran out we gave all of us a break and instead of re-ordering, we searched for an alternative, which led us here. We upgraded her diet last fall to freeze-dried raw food (in addition to Girly's preferred canned food), bone broth, and supplements, but Girly is picky, changeable ~ not so happy with freeze-dried raw anymore ~ and sensitive to even a pinch of anything added to her food, and vomits a lot. I watched the Answers webinar, and have been adding a small portion to her freeze-dried raw ~ so far, she will eat the freeze-dried raw much better when it is mixed with the Answers chicken. (Fingers are crossed) I learned from this site that because there are so many homeopathic remedies, a trained professional should evaluate to determine what is best based on her particular symptoms, but I am also being asked to use this forum to glean knowledge to empower me to make my own decisions regarding my cat. I have started keeping a journal. Having written out my cat's history, I wish I had been on top of things earlier, but we are where we are. I am on board with the notion of helping the body to heal itself, and that it can take time, but I'm not sure how much time we have. From 2018 to now, Girly dropped from 10 lbs to 4. I don't know if she'll go completely raw, or organic. Are there generic homeopathic remedies that could get her body more on track quickly? We have so far been resisting giving her Methimazole to get her T4 levels down. Please advise, thank you.