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Discussion in 'Health & Wellness' started by MaryV, Jan 20, 2020.
She has an appointment at the vet but I was just wondering if anyone else has seen this before.
Is that on her ear? I haven't seen anything like that on a rabbit, but my dog has something like it on her ears. What did the vet say?
Yes, its her ear. I have a vet appointment on February 4
Ok, keep me updated! When my dog got those all over her ears it was because she had gotten into something. If there is only one it might be a mole. I don't know if rabbits can get moles though.
I would definitely get that checked out as soon as possible.... the vet didn’t have a sooner appointment available than February 4th?
No, they’re booked and I’d have to wait a month if I didn’t take that one.
I will let you know
She was checked by the vet today. The vet doesn’t think its cancerous but is going to remove it because it got bigger. Going to have it removed next Tuesday, February 11th.
That is scary! I hope she does well in surgery, I will be praying for her!
Thank you. I’m nervous about the surgery because she is 7 years old.
She made it through the surgery and they removed the lump on her ear but she has a lump at the base of her ear and the cet thinks its cancer. This broke my heart. I love her so much and can’t stand to lose her.
I hope she's okay , good luck bun !
That is terrifying! I hope that it is not cancer and that they can remove the mass without any problems.
The vet told me it is cancer and they can’t remove it because its too deeply attached to her ear at the base. They said it would most likely keep coming back even if they could take it off. There’s nothing they can do. She’s not sure how much time she has left.
@MaryV I'm so sorry about your rabbit. Best to just shower her with lots of love and attention during this time that she has left! Be strong and best wishes
Oh! I didn't realize that they couldn't take it off and that it was cancer. Well, in that case, I hope she lives the rest of a wonderful life.
Thank you. I’m just going to love her and spoil her while she’s still with me.
Thank you. I’m going to give her so much love.
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