My mother’s cat of just one year has a lump just below one of her nipples.
We have recently discovered it and do not know how long it has been there, she is on the run now and we think it is the glands that have swollen, but it is not under the nipple but below, so the theories are spinning around in my head.
We have used Google and only come up with something about udder tumors…
She does not have pain in the lump and you can touch it without her backing away.
So now the question is, what can you imagine that it can be?
Grateful for answers!
Unfortunately, it is difficult to answer without examining the cat yourself.
Tubers can be infections, inflammations, tumors etc.
If she runs, it may have a hormonal connection as the glandular tissue in the udder may swell.
If it grows or does not disappear after a run, a veterinarian should examine her.