No, not Ginny. She is still getting lumps, but they seem to get a certain size, persist for awhile, and then go away. None are as big as the initial lumps, and they don't seem to keep her from eating, like that first huge one did. So, even though we still don't have a name for it, it seems she will survive this (thankfully).
This time it's Weasley, and it isn't life threatening either, just another difficulty. We had him to the new vet for a respiratory issue, when she noticed a problem with his right eye. Now mind you, I had asked the old vet about his eyes in the past, because they sometimes seemed cloudy to me. The old vet wasn't concerned. But I had been seeing the cloudiness more often in his right eye lately, and the new vet saw it also, and ran some tests. Turns out he has glaucoma, in addition to cataracts, and is quite blind in that eye.
You can see the cloudiness in Weasley's right eye in this picture.
He is getting eye drops to bring the pressure down, so hopefully he will not have to have the eye removed. This explains why he doesn't jump down from things (no depth perception), but it doesn't hinder his getting around in any other way. We'll take this one vet visit at a time, and see (no pun intended) what happens from here.
I can't find much information on glaucoma in rabbits, so if anyone has had experience with this, I would love to know whatever you can tell me.
On another note, Miss Ginny thinks she is being abused, and needs some pets.
Ginny, begging for pets.
To disguise her chair from visitors, a cover was put over it. Then several items were put in front of it, to keep her from jumping up and eating the cover. She tried climbing up the guitar that was leaning against the chair, but only got halfway. Today she decided to just jump the side of the chair instead. Once she got up there, she found herself in jail!
Can you see the ears? I think she is doing her best to look as stylish (and cute) as Harrington, but she was still in trouble. Or should I say I am still in trouble?