Hello, My 5+year old (vet thinks may be older) mini lop (rescue) has a slight bulging eye and stopped eating hay 4 wks ago. Her teeth were filed down and no indication of another tooth issues could be seen. An x-ray was not done. My question is for those experienced with older buns - would you pursue further investigation for possible impacted teeth that might be causing the bulging eye? Is this common? The vet suggested it could be a slow growing tumor and to keep her comfortable. She's not eating as much but still eats pellets, some leafy greens, blueberries, and her activity is normal. She's finishing a course of antibiotics and I wondered what some of the experienced owners thought. How likely is it that if it's a tooth issue it can successfully be resolved? If there's a chance I can help her early on, I'd like to. However, if it is a tumor, I don't want to put her through unnecessary trauma and stress her out - agreeing with the vet in comfort care. Any thoughts on how best to approach are very appreciated. Thank you.