Two of my cats nipples is crusty and looks red around them.. it started happening around 3 months after she got spayed..
is it cancer? or infection, or is she just licking to much?
on Oct 16th 2011
in Skin Problems
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It's very difficult to diagnose or suggest treatment for a cat with issues such as your's has without seeing her. Even if we were veterinary professionals, it's not a good idea to make suggestions about what to do. She needs to be seen by a vet in real-time. Most vets, in the economy today, will work with you on a payment plan. This will put your mind at ease and if she does have health issues, she'll get the help that we cannot give her through a computer.
Izadore (Izzie) answered on 10/17/11. Helpful? / 0