I received an information letter/attachment in my inbox the other day, not sure if it was from a customer or a vet whom just wanted to pass some information, however, thought that the information contained would be of assistance to others whom may be reading.
Of course the information below is meant as a guidline(s) for common symptoms of cancer in cats and not intended to replace vet care and proper diagnosis. We are not certified vets, therefore, this information is not intended as positive diagnosis by any any means.
To the person whom originally e-mail us this information to customer care, whomever you are, thank you so much. I am sure our readers will benefit from the information that you have provided.
I speak with more customers on the phone who order our ES Clear for cat cancer supplement than for dogs. The primary reason that more cats have cancer than dogs is that cats are good at hiding a lot of the symptoms associated with cancer that by the time the vet as diagnosed the cat, they're either mid way or too far along.
According to the Veterinary Cancer Society, the following are 10 possible signs of cancer in cats.
Sores that do not heal
Loss of appetite
Bleeding discharge from body openings
difficulty eating or swallowing
hesitation with physical activity.
difficulty breathing, urinating or defecating.
Please keep in mind that the above are symptoms are of many other things or could be as well, therefore, if she has abnormal swelling, she may not have cancer, hence why vet diagnosis and testing is important and to ensure best change of recovery for a proper diagnosis.