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Does anyone have any experience with this? It's a type of skin cancer. One of mum's ginger boys is in for an op to remove it on Thursday. We're worried for him as he's 12 now, but his bloods came back nice and healthy.
It started with a small black spot on his skin and a growing swelling underneath :(
 

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What devastating news for your poor mum.
However, tumours which can be removed are much easier to treat than those which can't and hopefully, if they can remove it all, then no further treatment will be required. Has the vet said if chemo will be necessary afterwards? This treatment is a horrible thought, but most cats tolerate it very well and often they have no side effects from it at all, if they do, they are usually mild.
I really hope that all works out ok for poor kitty.
 
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