In the best case scenario, the lymphoma can be surgically removed and will never grow back, so the cat can live a normal life. However, surgery is only possible in very few cases and the tumor can grow back. If the lymphoma is not operable, a cat can live up to 2 or even years with chemotherapy and radiation therapy.What is the prognosis for kidney failure in cats?
Cats’ kidneys can begin to fail with age. Untreated, kidney disease can lead to a series of health problems. When it’s chronic, there’s no cure.Can cats recover from kidney failure?
Cats who have acute kidney failure due to trauma or poisoning will often recover once the primary issue that caused the kidney failure is addressed. This may include surgery, medications, fluid therapy or blood transfusions.What is treatment for renal failure in cats?
Treatment of Chronic Renal Failure in Cats. Cats severely ill due to kidney failure require hospitalization and IV fluids to maintain electrolyte balance. Vomiting will be controlled with medication and low potassium will be corrected with potassium supplementation.