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TOP 5 CANCERS IN CATS

Cats get cancer too, and the prevalence of feline cancer is increasing.  Advances in veterinary medicine have allowed cats to live longer, and cancer is generally a disease of older animals. Cancer means the unrestrained cell division and growth.  Normally, cell division is tightly regulated.  When a single cell undergoes a series of genetic mutations, cancer may arise, causing cell division to become unregulated, resulting in a tumor. >

Cats are susceptible to a variety of cancers, and the top 5 types are:

According to the Veterinary Cancer Society, there are some common signs of cancer in cats that owners can look for:

Other signs, such as pain, fever, anemia, drinking too much water, producing excessive urine, and ravenous appetite may also be signs of feline cancer, depending on the specific tumor and the effects it has on the body.

If you have any questions about cancer in cats, please give us a call.


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