Morning Update: Lola seems to be back to her normal self. I took a pic of her nightly bowel movements (I'm assuming no bunny owner is squeamish of bun poos ) and noticed that they were not their normal uniform size. There weren't any that were a huge mass of hair like last night but it still wasn't quite normal.
Right now she is happily eating her favorite greens and a reduced amount of pellets (~1/8 a cup opposed to her normal ~1/4 a cup that she gets 1x a day).
I'm *really* thinking this is all shedding related since she's never had a big fur blowout and isn't really right now to the level that some members describe their rabbits going through...but enough that it's more than usual. I groom her everyday but we all know how much they love to lick and clean themselves so I don't know how to get her to quit ingesting as much as she is. She also gets her cage vacuumed out daily (because I'm OCD....) so I'm trying to alleviate the issue as much as possible but am open to suggestions!
Do you all still think this still warrants a vet visit being that she was just there? I feel like the vet is going to 1) not be able to see anything because she is acting fine now and 2) tell me the same things that you all have already said and what I've already done. I know I'd rather be safe than sorry but she *freaks* when she has to go on car rides - much more than any other rabbit that I've ever seen and her stress level goes through the roof so much so that when we took her on a car ride this summer to go to the bunny sitter, the sitter was really concerned by how freaked out she was and the temperature of her ears...and this is someone who deals with a Rabbit Rescue and numerous rabbits on a daily basis so I think that's saying something. So I'm afraid packing her up and putting her in the car will stress her out and start the process all over again...
As always, thanks for your help SO much!
ETA: After she ate, her poops were a normal size and she got a brushing again. Here's a picture. That's only 10 minutes of brushing which pretty much gets it all because we've gotten pretty efficient due to how much she HATES brushing time. Her stomach...is another story. To me that doesn't seem like that much because I'm used to her long-ish fur but I guess if I think about the fact that she's losing that much everyday it adds up.