One of my big English Angora rabbits has some sort of abcess or boil on his right neck....it is about the size of a quarter but all rounded out....it has like a bloody place down the middle and seems to feel kind of solid... I took him out of his cage to trim the hair around his face yesterday and found it....I had not taken him out of his cage but once since he was trimmed about a month ago....last week he ran around on the grassy area in the old goat fence where the ducks are temporarily living.... He seems otherwise in good health and responds to petting and is still eating and drinking....but this thing looks awful.... In my past ten years of rabbit raising I have never seen this before. Would it be better if I deadened it with ice or something and then lanced it???? it just looks so uncomfortable. I can't found anything in my rabbit books about it. I washed it off with peroxide twice yesterday and put antibiotic cream on it after each wash. Today I've put antibiotic creme on it twice. anybody else had experience with this???? any suggestions? I usually "doctor" my rabbits myself only getting an antibiotic from the vet if one has the snuffles....most of them are healthy until they die of old age.... He is such a sweetie and I don't want him to suffer....he doesn't jump too much when I put the medicine on it and he lay really still on the bathroom counter when I was washing it with the peroxide..,..