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AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] July 19 2010 1:12 PM EDT

Around to two months after we lost Sammy, his brother Tiddles has developed the same sort of tumor. On his nose/face insead of his throat.

He's had a lump, but it didn't seem to be effecting him much, until recently. It's turned agressive and is erroding the skin of his nose. At the moment, he's got a gap into his nasal cavity and some bone is showing.

He on;y shows a little discomfort at the moment, and still wants to eat and drink, but due to it's aggressiveness, our Vet has only given us days to weeks before too much skin has been erroded that Tiddles quality of life will be impacted and we'll have to take a view of intervening.

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Zenai [Ministry of Pain] July 19 2010 1:20 PM EDT

Sorry to hear tha bro. All I can say is make the best of the time you have left with Tiddles.

Demigod July 19 2010 1:42 PM EDT


Best of luck dealing with this.

{Wookie}-Jir.Vr- July 19 2010 1:51 PM EDT


AdminShade July 19 2010 2:17 PM EDT

Best wishes...

BootyGod July 19 2010 4:41 PM EDT

I feel for you, I really do. I have no idea why so many diseases with cats seem to be so aggressive and contagious. And it's terrible to watch what are basically members of your family die and you really can't do anything to help.

Recently I lost three cats in less than 48 hours to some sort of disease. They went from apparently healthy, happy cats to barely breathing, barely able to move cats in just a few hours and died shortly after. But you try to remember them as they were and remember the happy times, obviously.

Good luck, man.
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