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Cat cancer affects the bones, skin, and other organs of the body. It is a serious condition that is typically slow growing, but in some cases, it can seem like the condition developed overnight. Lymphoma, mammary cancer, and osteosarcoma or 'bone cancer' are some of the different types of cat cancer. Fortunately, cat cancer can be prevented. Avoidance of indoor pollution, feeding your cat pure water, weight control, avoidance of pesticides and herbicides, using natural products, and regular exercise are just a few preventative measures. It is also important to reduce any stressors in the cat's environment. If your cat already has cancer, there are a number of treatment methods available depending on the type of cancer. Continue reading to learn more about cat cancer types, prevention, and effective treatment methods.
- Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia in Cats
- An Introduction to Cancer in Cats
- An Introduction to Feline Lymphoma
- An Overview of Feline Tumors
- Basal Cell Carcinoma in Cats
- Bone Cancer in Cats
- Bowel Cancer Symptoms in Cats
- Brain Tumors in Cats
- Canine Brain Cancer
- Canine Cancer Diet Recipes
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