Hi Ted! Very sorry to hear about you pet cat having
cancer. What a bummer! I can't begin to tell you what to do, this
has got to be your decision. Some things to think about are:
Is the cat in pain?
What is the quality of life for your cat?
What is the prognosis of the surgery?
How old is your cat?
Is your cat in pretty good health other than this and would be
able to with stand surgery?
I know how you feel. We just had to put our cat to
sleep, she had feline leukemia. I let her out one night as usual.
When I called her in she did not come. She was gone for a month and we
found her under one of our cars. We hardly knew her, skin and bones. We
rushed her to the Vet; but he felt it was too late for treatment. She was
10 year's old.
Seeing her in the condition she was in I felt it was the most
humane thing we could have done for her. Warmly, your friend,
My cat has a fibroid sacroma, a type of cancer. That was why
my Vet found from the biopsy test. My cat's head is swollen and tumor
protrudes into his sinus cavity and pushes his eye. He has a bleeding in his
nose and discharge in his eye. What is your suggestion? Surgery or Put him to