Could It Be Cancer?

Cancer’s prognosis depends upon the speed in which it is diagnosed—early diagnosis improves outcomes

Not every lump on your cat’s body is cancer, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore new growths. A rapidly growing spot on your cat should raise concern, but the diagnosis may bring questions as to what is best for your feline friend. The only way to know what lies ahead is to have your veterinarian examine the cat and advise you.

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