Spent most of the day driving up to Romford and back, and sitting around in the vet's waiting room, to get Jenny's eyes tested.
She had to have some drugs put into her eyes to dilate the pupils, and to anaesthetise them. While we were waiting for the drugs to take effect, the vet dealt with a very large parrot who sounded like it thought it was being murdered.
The eye tests themselves only took a few minutes and involved putting some weird lenses onto the surface of the eyes to enable the vet to see parts of the eye that they cannot usually see.
Vet gave us the all-clear. Jenny's eyes are normal and currently show no signs of Retinal Atrophy, Retinal Dysplasia, or Goniodysgenesis.