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Lump on cat's neck

Category: general | Submitted: 16 April 2007 01:37AM | viewed 4714 times
Q Becca asks:

My cat has a lump on the side of her neck and it has been there for about a week now. I think my puppy may have bit her and am I wondering if I should bring her to the vet or wait it out. I am also wondering what it could be, because it more than swollen it is hard and is right on her lymph node.

Q Our vet says: It could be one of several things which include an abscess, an infection or tumour affecting the lymph node, or a problem with the salivary gland. You need to take her to your vet so that they can check the lump for you and treat it appropriately.

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