Kelly from Saline, MI, asked:
I’ve heard you help others with pets on your podcast – so I’m hoping you can give me some advice on mine!
My big orange kitty, Nelson, is about 15 1/2 years old. He has had various skin issues throughout his life and now, he has a growth (a little smaller than a dime) on his chin. It doesn’t seem to bother him too much other than it may be a bit itchy.
The vet is assuming it’s a tumor and has recommended that we laser it off. However, she has advised it could very well grow back and potentially be more aggressive.
Can you scan Nelson and let me know what you see and if removing the tumor is the best course of action?
In order to get some information for you, I first energetically connected to you and from you to Nelson (love his name). He is very cute.
The growth on Nelson’s chin looks like a sebaceous cyst to me. Although the surface area is the size of a dime, it has a conical shape that goes to a point inside. In addition, the cyst looks to be filled with sebum, a waxy, paste-like substance comprised of keratin, a protein found in skin and hair.
I believe it’s in Nelson’s best interest to have the cyst removed. At this time, I don’t “get” it will grow back.
Hope this helps.
My best to Nelson!