I just came into this thread & please take Ember in to see your vet! Any lump in the neck area, especially after vaccinations there (which should NEVER be done - NO vaccinations are supposed to be done in the scruff anymore!) is suspect. Take her in asap & have it biopsied.


Lance wrote:
Ember is five and a half. She hasn't gotten any vax except for her first rabies (I think) since I adopted her when she was seven months old. Again, I think I'm being, as Ned Flanders would say, a "nervous Nelly,"
that's not unusual.


On Fri, 12 Oct 2007 09:35:25 -0500, "Kelley Saveika"
Lance - how old is she?  Vaccinations have not been given in the
neck/scruff in quite some time.   Most of my cats have never gotten a
vaccination in the neck, but most of my cats are relatively young.

On 10/12/07, Lance <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

The bump is on the side of her neck, I think. I don't think it's related
to a gland.
It may just be a pimple. It doesn't seem to go deeper than the skin, and
small. After reading about vax site sarcomas, I don't *think* it could
be that. I don't
know where vax are given when they're given in the neck, but it's
certainly not
on the scruff. I think and hope I'm getting anxious over nothing.


On Fri, 12 Oct 2007 09:33:13 -0400, "Jane Lyons"
Lance could the bump you discovered at Ember's neck
could be a gland ? Is it at the base of her neck?


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