I shadowed at Bloomsburg Animal Hospital in Bloomsburg, PA. Here, I had the opportunity to gain experience in wellness and medical visits, surgical rotations, and dental procedures. Pictured above is a cat that had an enucleation conducted. It was originally thought that since there was no swelling around the eyelid, only in the eye, this could have been caused by a progressive infection. However, while in surgery, a mass was found behind the eye to have been causing it be inflamed and bulge. The eye and a part of the mass was removed. It would cause difficulty to attempt to remove the entire mass because of the risk of affecting the optic nerve.