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Help lump on cat's neck

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maybebabybee Sat 05-Dec-15 21:57:39

Was just stroking my cat and noticed a tiny lump on her neck. It's not causing her pain, not red, not itchy. Feels like its under the skin. Very, very small - maybe a quarter of a centimetre.

She is two years old, indoor cat, spayed, perfectly healthy, not off her food etc etc.

I will take her to the vet of course but am panicking. Any words of wisdom?

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 05-Dec-15 22:11:07

It's probably something very simple and benign, worrying wont help either of you.

Wolpertinger Sat 05-Dec-15 22:12:13

Does it wobble and move with the skin? Bit squishy rather than hard? - makes it v likely to be a cyst.

If she is perfectly healthy then it's likely to be nothing but it's so hard not to worry. One of mine had a lump removed which turned out to be a cyst but I just felt we had to know for certain what it was. I turned into a giant stress ball while it was happening.

maybebabybee Sat 05-Dec-15 22:12:35

It's so tiny I keep losing it!

maybebabybee Sat 05-Dec-15 22:13:04

Yes its definitely soft and mobile....

Wolpertinger Sat 05-Dec-15 22:21:10

Very very likely to be a harmless cyst then smile

Warning signs would be being hard, painful, red and fixed to underlying tissue. It's none of those smile

Puzzledandpissedoff Sat 05-Dec-15 22:54:21

Has she had any jabs recently? Mine both got lumps/swelling afterwards and I was told it's perfectly normal and goes away in a few weeks

maybebabybee Sat 05-Dec-15 23:21:51

No no jabs since her boosters in July.

ophiotaurus Sat 05-Dec-15 23:40:20

Is she chipped? I can feel the chip on dcat's neck.

maybebabybee Sat 05-Dec-15 23:41:39

She is chipped actually - you're right it might be that!

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