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Signs of Cancer in Cats

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Approximately 33% of cats will develop feline skin cancer and feline leukemia, among other cancers.

Pet food company Blue Buffalo, which has helped raise more than $30 million to support critical pet cancer research funded by the Morris Animal Foundation, offers the following signs of cancer in cats, courtesy of Dr. Victoria Carmella, director of veterinary scientific affairs:

  • Growing or changing lumps
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Stomach distension (swelling)
  • Weight loss
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • Unexplained bleeding
  • Cough
  • Lameness (limping)
  • Straining to urinate
  • Mouth odor

1 thought on “Signs of Cancer in Cats”

  1. some of your cat food is not fit for animals..I bought your food & my cat kept vomiting it switched to her old brand some of your canned food to stray cats & they threw up in the area I feed them. Then I read some opinions from others & they had the same bad experiences. Please stop selling unfit-for-consumption canned food & charging a high price so consumers would think it's a top-notch brand, it's not! Better check with who's processing your food. Better yet try it on your cat(s).

    Cathy B.

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