How did s/he fare?
My 6 yr old calico just had an oral tumor removed and the vet did not sound completely (or even somewhat) optimistic. I'm just terrified that I'm going to lose my baby-cat. She is "my" cat and follows me everywhere.
It is not uncommon for growths in the mouth to be cancerous. This doens't mean it's time to panic though. I assume you had it sent off for annaylisis. There is a good chance that they got all of it and there is a chance that is will not be reoccuring. Don't worry to much yet. Yes it can be very bad BUT ther is a chance it will be just fine.
Answer by But_Mommie at 2:00 PM on Nov. 19, 2010
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