You Found a Lump On Your Cat. Now What?

Lumps on a cat’s skin are cause for concern but not alarm.

After the lymphatic system, a cat’s skin is the most common site for tumors, cysts, and other abnormal growths that manifest themselves as lumps. But it’s often the most alarming site to cat owners. Many people’s minds jump right from “lump” to “cancer.” Pet owners find lumps so troubling that while they may avoid bringing […]
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