My bun has a bubble under left rib cage!

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Luna4220

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Hello everyone

I have a 1 1/2 year old Lion head dwarf bunny and she isn't spayed. So for about a week now I was aware of this big bubble and it feels firm. Pretty big and feels like it goes to the other side but it is hard to explain it is the size of half or maybe more of the rib cage and is a bit warmer then her stomache not sure what else to say about how it feels etc. She isn't showing signs of pain or anything except her normal calm self. She flops on her left side. Drinks normally and eats ALOT of hay so I'm not too consirned now. I was planning on taking her to the vet. I only have enough for the checkup I'm in Canada and it costs $127 for a examination. But this is very hard to get because we are moving for the third time in a few months and it's hard to get there also because we do not drive. If anyone has had this happen to your bun please let me know I'm very worried and she is all I have and she's is my best friend

This is my first post ever so I don't really know what to say. Sorry about that. Thank you very much have a awesome day
 

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It could be an abscess, tumor, or something else. No way to know for sure without having a vet do an exam and possibly xrays.
 

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How long do you think I can wait till I can get her to a vet? And are those deadly?
i made an account just to tell you to PLEASE find a way to get to a rabbit savvy “exotic” vet, and read reviews before you go. female bunnies should be spayed as soon as possible to avoid cancer. i’m not trying to ridicule or scare you but you should always make sure you are able to get to vets if you have a pet. you really need to get your baby to one! don’t be scared, be motivated to get to a vet.
 

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i made an account just to tell you to PLEASE find a way to get to a rabbit savvy “exotic” vet, and read reviews before you go. female bunnies should be spayed as soon as possible to avoid cancer. i’m not trying to ridicule or scare you but you should always make sure you are able to get to vets if you have a pet. you really need to get your baby to one! don’t be scared, be motivated to get to a vet.


Thankyou but I think if a exam cost $127 it would be a couple hundred I do not have that much unless I get a job I'm 16 and I can but there's some things going on.
I will get her checked but spayed would be in a few months probibly.
 
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