Lumps and Bumps

An interactive session where Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle ( will discuss common bumps and lumps in cats. Did You know that most  tumors in cats are malignant?  We want an aggressive approach to bad tumors but not without a great work up. Get ready for some cool tumor action!

Here's what you'll learn:

This lecture is approved for 1 hour of RACE CE credit.

  • You learn how to differentiate the good from the bad

  • You will actively participate in the diagnostic and decision process

  • You will want to become a cancer surgeon

Course Curriculum Preview

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    Lumps and Bumps

    • Lumps and Bumps (CE Course)

    • Quiz: Lumps and Bumps (Required for RACE Credit)


Veterinarian, DABVP (Feline), Fan of Fusilli

Susan Little

Susan is a proud Canadian Bluenoser (bet you don't know what that means!) and was even a Caper for a while during her younger years. She graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College so long ago that we won't mention the year. Susan never had a pet cat as a child, so it's surprising that she's always been interested in feline medicine. She has edited and co-authored approximately 10 kg worth of textbooks (that's over 20 lb for some of you) and must be a glutton for punishment because she's in the middle of another one. Recently, she has admitted that she has two dogs.

Veterinarian, Lover of Agnolotti

Jolle Kirpensteijn

A crazy surgeon that is crazy about surgery and social media. I do not like anything that is too red like beets and strawberries. Love cats and have 2 podcasts together with Dr. Susan Little called #purrpodcast and #catcafepodcast. Used to be a grumpy professor but now work for the best pet food companies in the world, Hill's Pet Nutrition, where I am allowed to lead all the professional veterinarians in the US. I have written lots of articles and chapters and books and silly social media posts. I love to jump chasms and inspire people to work closer and more synergistic. My favorite FB group is called AnimalFarm and did I mention that I have a podcast called #veterinarysurgery?