Our 10 yr old male cat was diagnosed with thymoma, a benign mass, several months ago. We visited a specialty vet clinic and discussed surgery. We have been reluctant thus far because it is such an invasive surgery. The cat acts like himself; appetite is great, plays with his sister and interacts as usual with our family. I don’t know about how quickly thymomas grow, and how cats do post surgically. Your input would be greatly appreciated. We would love for him to live a full life.
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