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I am sorry to hear you are worried about Aleeka. My name is Rebecca. I am a veterinarian and will do my best to help. It appears Dr. Olivia is not available. Would you prefer to wait for her or have me answer your question.
The best way to try to remove these kinds of growths in the nose of a cat is with a small flexible endoscope, which not all clinics have. You could ask to be referred to a hospital with specialists that might be able to do this. Under anesthesia, the scope is put in her mouth and then turned 180 degrees to come toward the nose from the back. These scopes can not only see the growth, but have small grasping attachments to remove them.
If her glucose is in the 300s, you might consider starting her on insulin and a diabetic diet to get her back down to normal.
Let me know if you would like to continue with me, if this was helpful, and what other questions you have. Rebecca
How is Aleeka doing? Can I answer any more of your questions?