I haven't posted in a while but...
We rescued a couple of piggy's a few months back and added them to our herd after about 4 weeks quarantine. Integrations went really well, with hardly no fighting at all. The two girls are part of my herd and here to stay. They are named Willow and Romi and are both the really cute crazy-furred Abby type.
Anyhow, last night when I was holding Romi, I noticed she had a large lump in her throat. It's quite hard, but doesn't seem to be causing her any discomfort that I can tell. She's still eating great, and runs around with lots of energy!
I looked up lumps on the forum, and now I'm really scared for her. I have a Vet appointment tonight after work at 6:00 PM with the same Vet that saved my Peaches' eye/life.
I don't think I wrote about that, but Peaches had a really bad eye injury and stopped eating and almost died, but I nursed her back to health by force feeding her Oxbow's Critical Care, and giving her meds every 6 hours for a week. She had two different eye medications, and it was a lot of work! Her eye was completely greyed over and I thought for sure she would lose it. But months later and she is right as rain now, and I owe it to my great Vet Hopefully she can work her magic on little Romi too.
Please keep her in your thoughts. I know I'm not really asking questions, but I really wanted to share my concern with others that would understand. Thank you.