Honey goes back for surgery in the morning. Tomorrow Honey will have as much of the tumor removed as possible, and 2 two toes. We are calling it a 2-toe-ectomy. There is no cancer showing up anywhere else in her body. Depending on the pathology test returned from this tumor, she might need to have radiation treatments. There is a possibility that this sarcoma is not cancerous, but could be a inflammatory issue (these do cause a concentration of spindle cells to form). This is because this is a very rare occurrence in cats to have a sarcoma that isn't an injection site sarcoma (ISS). Only 7% for cat to have this kind of sarcoma(non ISS).
So Honey will spend the night in the hospital Friday night and come home sometime on Saturday. The labs will take 3-7 days to return. possible radiation would start 2 weeks out from surgery, if necessary.
Honey is not a happy camper. She went thru a slew of tests today, got part of her belly shaved and now has to return to the vets at oh-dark hundred tomorrow morning.