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Hard white growth on cats stomach

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    Hard white growth on cats stomach

    My 9 year old cat has a small growth on his stomach. At first I thought it was a skin tag. But upon closer inspection I noticed it had a slight yellow color to it and was hard. When I tried to pull on it lightly, he started freaking out. Not sure what this is?

    I have pictures but I cannot figure out how to post them as I’m on mobile and this is my first post!

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    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    New Hampshire
    welcome to the forum, just keep an eye on it, if it grows or starts leaking then its time to take him to the vet. It could be anything or nothing. Just keep an eye on it
    he is your friend and protector, he will love you unconditionally, you owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion

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    Welcome to the forum. There are threads in thef Pet Forum Support section (scroll to the bottom of the forum index) about posting pictures here.

    I don't know what a skin tag is. Did he have one before?

    The yellow color could indicate the hard thing is infected and will not go away on its own.
    Beware of people who don't like cats.

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    Welcome to the forum

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