Hi all have not been in for awile.I have a 12 year old domestic long hair with mammory cancer I noticed the mass at the beggining of summer but did not worry to much she is old and cats get lumps. I was traveling throughout the summer and came home last week to find a larg ulcer on the location. Took her to the vet and they said it looked like mammory cancer and it would have to be removed. After I looked at the huge bill and gulped! I went home to do reaserch. What I found was not encuroging: with a mass more than 3 cm removal would not prolong life and she would die in three to six months Please if anyone can tell me anything that would give me any hope for my skittle any reason not to just put her to sleep I would be greatful. I dont want my baby to suffer. I feel so responsible for this because I did not take her to the vet early. I love my kitty we are so close I dont want to lose her.
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8/26/03 at 9:37am