Ok not trying to be gross about this question but here it goes:
My uncle HAD a cat (siamese and himalayan) named Harley (male). He had the cat for about 7 or 8 yrs. The cat produced 3 litters with a female cat named Dutchess (siamese). Now about 2 months ago my uncle noticed some sort of polyp, hemeriod, or tumour that was kinda haning out of Harleys bottom. It caused him pain for about a week then it didnt seem to bother him. Then suddenly about 2 weeks ago he got sick over 8 hours and died.
One cat named Cooper (male) from the first litter, was discovered to have one of those things also around last week. Over the weekend, he died. My uncle didnt have the money to take Harley to the vet and it was too late for both.
What and why was this thing there?
Is it only in males?
None of the other 2 female cats or 3 kittens seem to have any?
BTW i am getting one kitten from the last litter, white with blue eyes and female. She WILL go to the vet to be checked
Answer by cuddleton_kitties
You would have to ask a vet. Your uncle is irresponsible to breed cats when he cant afford vet care for them. It is outrageously cruel to let your cat be sick for eight hours then die and he let it happen to both Harley and Cooper.
I sincerely hope you learn from his mistakes and take good care of your cat. I also think he should be encouraged to spey Duchess just as I hope you will with your kitten. If it is a genetic defect it should not be passed on.