March 2007 Issue

Understanding Feline Tumors

Some are harmless, some are deadly. A benign tumor is seldom a cause for concern, but malignant growths often prove fatal.

Cats come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, and the range of their behavioral characteristics is similarly broad. The same can be said about the array of tumors (neoplasms) that can develop within the feline body. Some are small, others are large; some naturally tend to pass the time quietly ensconced in one spot, while others are destined to roam; some are benign by nature, while others behave very badly indeed, causing no end of damage.

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