Neoplasia is another word for cancer. While tumours can be found at any age, older cats have an increased risk of developing malignant (aggressive) tumours. Veterinary therapy is constantly advancing and some cancers can be treated effectively with surgery or chemotherapy. If you are concerned about any lumps, bumps, sores or scabs, abnormalities with eating, drinking, urinating or defecating, then please contact the clinic. Two of the most common tumours in cats are nasal squamous cell carcinomas and lymphoma/lymphosarcoma.

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Chronic kidney disease ( also known as renal insufficiency) is one of the most common diseases seen in older cats.  Just like people, cats have 2 kidneys.  The kidneys are responsible for filtering the  blood and removing some of the toxins, as well as assisting in maintining hydration and producing urine.

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