Hi friends, As some of you know, we brought in our semi-feral girl (now named Aimee) last week before the big storm hit NE. We let her settle in for a few days before getting her to the vet today for snap test, deflea, deworm, shots. She had been previously TNR'd by someone else at unknown age--maybe 1 or so. We know she had been pregnant at least once. We've been feeding her for about 18 mo. We already have 11 cats indoors--a lot--but we couldn't leave her out there in such bitter conditions. Well, I heard back from the vet and while Aimee is healthy otherwise, they found a mammary mass. Vet said needle biopsies are too inaccurate, and the mass should be removed. Currently the fluid is clear, which she said is good sign at least for now, but I am just heartsick. Scared about upsetting her more with another unwanted vet visit, not sure how we are going to pay for this, and feeling so bad that she might be sick, and how far along an illness may be. So she is coming home this afternoon (vet doesn't do surgery on Saturdays). What to do next. Does anyone else have experience with this? Thank you.