Let’s talk about detecting skin cancer in your cat. Skin cancer is actually fairly common in cats. It almost exclusively shows up as being a raised plaque or a raised lump somewhere on the skin. In cats, especially, they are prone to getting skin cancer on the face especially the nose and on the ears. The reason that is especially for outdoor cats is that they’re getting sun damaged chronically, just like we think about with us. Cats that are white color or tan color cats or have pink noses are much more susceptible to getting.