Hello: We took our pygmy doe Zoey to the vet a week ago because she had a growth appear overnight. We were freaked out and worried it might be CL. The vet took a couple of samples by syringe and they were all clear fluid. We were very relieved. The vet indicated it was probably just inflamed from an injury and said we didn't need to quarantine. Well, today we got up to find the growth had ruptured and had white pus coming out of it. I have attached a picture. I am now completely freaked out. She has not been quarantined because the vet told us it wasn't necessary. She is going back to the vet later this afternoon to get a culture. Anyone with experience have a guess as to what this is? Could it be CL even though previous samples were completely clear fluid? The vet has now suggested we quarantine her. What is acceptable for quarantine? We have 4 goats total and they are always with each other. We have the barn split into 2 pens. Would it be acceptable to stick Zoey in one pen by herself? The other goats would have an adjoining wall made out of wood and and a metal grid. Would that be okay or does she need to be completely separate like in a different building? I know she is going to have a complete meltdown about being in a separate pen so I can only imagine her distress if stuck in a different building alone. Any info is greatly appreciated.