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If your cat develops a large, cyst-like lump on his head or neck, seek veterinary care. Although the lump can appear in other areas, it’s uncommon. You’ll see a small hole in the lump — that’s how the larva get air. You might spot movement within the lump. If your cat can reach the growth, you’ll notice him constantly grooming the area. Pus might come out of the hole, the result of a secondary infection. If untreated, the larva comes out of the hole approximately 30 days after infesting the cat. After identifying the lump as cuterebra, your vet will remove the larva using forceps. The larva isn’t necessarily easy to remove it retreats from the forceps and must be fished out.