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Similarly to humans, cancer is the leading cause of death among older cats. It is caused by uncontrolled cell growth, and affects a wide range of cell types and organs in the body. Feline cancer initially manifests as a lump or bump on any parts of the body.

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"Cat Cancer understanding and treatment has seen many advances in the last several years. It tends to be diagnosed in cats between 10 and 15 years old. Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options for this disease."

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Read about bone cancer symptoms. Although bone pain may be the most recognized symptom, swelling and fatigue can also be signs of bone cancer.

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Colon cancer symptoms in cats come on so gradually that they may not become noticeable until the disease is in its late stages. Feline colon cancer is rare, but for cats who develop the disease, the prognosis is generally poor.

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I have lost two cats both of whom had nasal cancer. One cat had osteosarcoma (bone cancer) and the other had squamous cell carcinoma which originated from the lining of the nose. Identical symptoms in both cats but different types of cancer.

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A: Cancer in cats is less common than cancer in dogs. It’s probably half the rate that we see in dogs. But when we see cancer in cats, it tends to be a more aggressive form.

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The commonest types of cancer affect the white blood cells, the skin and the breast. Read our advice on dealing with cancer in cats.

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Many cancer symptoms in cats are subtle and can be caused by another condition, but if you notice any of the following potential cancer warning signs, it's a good idea to talk to your vet.

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Symptoms of cancer in dogs and cats can be difficult to recognize as cancer because many times cancer symptoms will mimic other diseases or illnesses in our pets.

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Symptoms of Cancer – What the Owner Sees. Owners of cats that have cancerous lesions in their mouth, which almost always involve malignant squamous cell carcinoma, often notice one or more of the following signs

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