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I fear that this swollen lip is caused by an Eosinophilic complex that affects cats. This can be very painful and only responds to steroid injections. Check to see if your vet has given this medication.
This condition is causes granulomas and ulcers that are extremely painful and responds to this medicaton. This cannot be cured but can be maintained.
This also could be due to an abscess that has formed in this area and this will require antiibiotics...your vet needs to determine what this is and then treat accordingly. This also could be a tumor, either benign or cancerous and a biopsy will tell if this is the case.
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