I took my 13-year-old cat to a vet when, within several weeks' time, the lower part of her body grew large and hard. She looked as if she were expecting a litter any moment. (Normally, Rima is a very slender girl.) Rima still had an enormous appetite. The vet took an X-ray that showed tumors that appeared to be in her liver area. She has had problems with her liver in the past and was treated with Ursodiol. I should also add that her heart, lung, and other organs seemed fine. The vet also did a blood test to check her liver, found the count high, and again prescribed Ursodiol. However, the vet gave me a negative prognosis and discussed the possibility of euthanasia when the time came. Shortly thereafter, I got a copy of Rima's medical records and consulted with another vet for a second opinion. The new vet told me that Rima had a very aggressive tumor and the new vet was surprised she looked as aware and as good as she did, considering. Again, I was told to prepare myself for the worst. That second vet visit was five weeks ago. Over the past few weeks, Rima's tumors have gone away completely (as far as I can see) and she is her active, slender self again. Where have the tumors gone? I don't know. They seemed to go as quickly as they came. The one thing I noticed was that her urination became excessive, and by the gigantic clumps of litter, it seemed like a drunken sailor was sharing her litter box. It appears that the tumors somehow dissolved and left her body in her urine. I am now looking forward to many happy years with Rima. Can anyone explain what happened? Until I know differently, I'm regarding her as a miracle cat.