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And another update ......... the lump grew slightly larger again so back to the vets (it was now big enough to take a sample with a needle). The sample was sent for testing and next day we had the result - yet another Mast Cell Tumour!
So, even as I type this, he is once again being operated on and having his second Mast Cell tumour removed (this one is on his neck - the one he had last year was on his left flank).
Let's hope he doesn't develop any more - the poor guy, I do so hate leaving him at the vets for an op (even though our practice and the people in it are superb). I hope to pick him up later today (or tomorrow if he needs to have a drain put in place and so has to stay overnight - let's hope not!).