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Old March 30th, 2007, 10:36 PM
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grandma with 5 cats

I have three children and each of the three children have had a pet cat. As they grew older and moved away, they were unable to take their pets, so I have adopted their three as well as the two I had already. Our oldest kitty is about 15 but still very active and spry. In the last several years she developed lumps in the skin on her tummy which we were told were cysts that older cats develope and they could be drained but will just come back, she doesn't seem bothered by it so we've left them alone. Yesterday we noticed a bubble like growth on one of her nipples and are in a panic about it, again it doesn't seem to bother her. Has anyone else ever heard of this or experienced it? Please let me know we are very worried. Thank-youhttp://www.pets.ca/forum/images/smilies/fingerscrossed.gif
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Old March 30th, 2007, 11:14 PM
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Welcome to the forum . I would recommed that you have your vet check out the growth.
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