That Lump Is Probably Nothing — But Make Sure

Lumps on the skin are a common concern for cat owners, understandably so. But most are benign and of little importance. Still, better safe than sorry. Any new lump or bump you observe should be looked at by a veterinarian. In many instances, the doctor will perform a needle aspiration. It doesn’t even require sedation, […]
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