by Deb Gauthier
I am retired & have currently have a limited budget,my question is, my old female cat has developed a lump on the inside of her ear,its soft & warm to the touch,i know she needs to be seen by a Dr. but until April 1st, when I will be taking all 3 cats to the doc, I want to know if there is anything at home I can do for the ear.
Answer by kate
no not really. you could make sure the ear is clean and that your cat stays out of bright or strong sun light in case it was caused by sunburn. but really the lump needs to be seen and tested before any treatment can be correctly given.
April the first is not too far away, but if you can get her to the vet sooner the better. If it is something nasty that needs to be removed then it may prevent any spread if it is caught sooner rather than later.
Hope it is nothing to serious
best wishes Kate
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