As with people, cats commonly get cancer, especially as they get older. The most common types affect the white blood cells, skin and mammary glands.
November 2018 - Cancer. The word alone evokes high emotions, whether its impacting a family member, friend or beloved pet. Our thoughts tend to run from astonishment to guilt and fear as we grapple to come to terms with the new reality and what to do next. Like humans, our pets are also living longer these days and that fact alone contributes to the likelihood of our cats one day developing cancer.