I have a 16 year old cat who has 2 open wounds one in her neck one on her head above her eye, they are round circles and open wounds.
the vet thinks they are tumors, and can remove the neck one not so much the one above her eye as its very close. its growing very slowy.
I am so worried.
my cats behaviour is fine she eats well, sleeps, plays is outside in the sun, I dnt know what do to.
I am willing to try anything hollistic or medication wise to reduce these tumors so the dont grow... can anyone help please.... thanks
I am so very sorry to read this terrible news about your kitty. surgery can be so invasive especially for a kitty of 16, I understand your concern. I haven't dealt with this in my own cats but I do read of some in the holistic sites that have used injections of a herb called NEOPLASTINE to inject the tumors to reduce the size and even eliminate the tumors....this company works only through your Vet. I will send you the site to do some reading and make your Vet aware there is such a treatment available.....good luck to both you and kitty. please keep us posted.....♥
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