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posted 11-09-2003 10:03 PM           Edit/Delete Message
I have had my kitty for about 6 years now and I love him to death. I raised him on my own from day one because his mother didn't know how to care for him and had nothing to do with him. So because of this we have bonded and he is just like my baby. Today I was rubbing his belly and noticed a lump almost towards his groin. I just got a new puppy and he is due back for shots in 3 weeks so I'm planning on taking my cat then but I thought I would see what you all think first. The lump isn't huge but he doesn't have any others. I have a friend who said his cat has the same type of lumps and her been checked out and they were nothing. Should I be worried?

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posted 11-09-2003 10:06 PM           Edit/Delete Message
Also, he snores all the time and he grunts and makes noises all the time. Is this something to worry about or is this normal?

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posted 11-10-2003 03:36 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for charmedagain     Edit/Delete Message
Hi, It may be nothing but all lumps should be checked by a vet just to be on the safe side...

Snoring and grunting could be a sign of a cold or a respritory problem my mums female cat snores all time but there is nothing wrong with her but get her checked just to make sure...

Congrats on raising the little fella it gives you a warm feeling knowing you have helped this little helpless animal not knowing from one day to the next if they would make it and when they do its great...

Hope all goes well with him and there is nothing wrong good luck


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