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Wart Virus in Cats

While the warts are not life-threatening in their own right, the danger with leaving the wart virus untreated in your cat is that the growths can evolve into cancerous tumors over time.

Wart growth in cats, or papillomatosis, is a condition in which raised growths of tissue occur in various areas of your cat. These growths are typically benign, or non-cancerous, and can occur in any bodily location on your pet. The most common locations you would find papillomatosis growths would be around the eyes, mouth, and nose, due to the increased moisture and potential for the transference of viral cells to these areas.

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