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Old September 8th, 2001, 07:40 PM
sheila sheila is offline
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Question 22year old cat

I have a 22 year old cat who is in good health but she seems to have grown a rather large pimple like bump on the right side of her nose. It does not seem to bother her and it sometimes leeks a pussy clear liquid. Is there anything I can apply to this or should I just leave it alone.
Any help would be grateful.
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Old September 10th, 2001, 07:28 AM
binky6 binky6 is offline
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Congratulations on having your cat live so long!!!!

A pussy pimple.

I like to use logic. If it REALLY is a pussy pimple then like in humans it tends to go away. But can you really be SURE it's a simple pimple?

If the sucker is pussing away regularly and won't go away...then you have to bring the cat in to see a vet....since it could be the sign of something more serious, or it may need to be lanced.

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