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Mac
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From:United States
Registered: Jun 2003

posted 07-14-2003 04:06 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Mac     Edit/Delete Message
I promised my girlfriend I would check here for her concerning her 5 year old male cat.

Her cat if you were looking at him appears to have his tongue hanging out all the time but a closer look it is his lower gum at the opening of his mouth that is out. It has white specks on it and plenty of spit it maybe a growth but not sure.

He does not appear to be in any pain and eats like a horse.

Any idea what this could be before she takes him to the Vet?

Mac

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nern

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posted 07-14-2003 09:25 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nern     Edit/Delete Message
It could be a cyst or a tumor (not really sure) but regardless I would definately have it looked at by a vet.

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ilovemypets
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posted 07-15-2003 02:42 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for ilovemypets     Edit/Delete Message
I have not clue to this problem. Have you contacted your vet?

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Mac
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posted 07-15-2003 03:15 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Mac     Edit/Delete Message
She said she was going to take him to the Vet but wanted to get a little insight before she did. I told her about this cat website (this one)and would see what comes out of it.

I will keep you all informed it might be a cyst we will see what the Vet says.

Thanks

Mac :-)

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