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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Lilly Antunelli, Feb 5, 2021.


  1. Lilly Antunelli

    Lilly Antunelli PetForums Newbie

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    Hi all,
    I’m looking for some advice, my cat Lilly appear to have something on her nose and I’m not sure if any one could help me to identify what might be. The first picture was take today and the other one month ago. Any help will be much appreciated. Thank you
     

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  2. Charity

    Charity Endangered Species

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    It's pretty difficult to tell from your photo. How old is Lilly? Has it appeared suddenly or has it taken some time? Could she have been having a spat with another cat or could she have scratched it on a bush or something? If she's mature, does she stay outside in the sun a lot in summer? Having a white nose can make cats more prone to growths. It doesn't look scabby or discoloured but you really need to get a vet to check it out if you think it might be something unusual or sinister, the sooner the better. You could send them your photos by e-mail rather than take her though they may want to examine it more closely.
     
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    Lilly Antunelli PetForums Newbie

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    Thanks so much for the reply. Lilly is 7 years old and she is a indoor cat. The thing on her nose appears from on day to another, at least that I noticed. On summer she tend to lay on the sun. I send some pictures to the vet. Thank you!
     
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