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Sometimes, your cat’s eyes may get runny or weepy and a crust may form. If this crust is allowed to remain, it could block the tear ducts and become a infected. Consequently, it is important to know the proper way to clean your cat’s eyes in order to keep them healthy and infection-free.

Sometimes, your cat’s eyes may get runny or weepy and a crust may form. If this crust is allowed to remain, it could block the tear ducts and become a infected. Consequently, it is important to know the proper way to clean your cat’s eyes in order to keep them healthy and infection-free.

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Does Your Cat Need Lysine? L-Lysine is an important dietary supplement for cats because not only does it treat feline herpes but it also helps to prevent the symptoms. Click here to find out more about #cat-lysine

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How To Cure Cat Eye Discharge?
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Cat Eye Discharge.     www.cat-world.com.au

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What could watery eye discharge mean? Photo: <a href="http://www.shutterstock.com/pic.mhtml?id=114854377" target="_blank">Cat eye</a> by Shutterstock

What could watery eye discharge mean? Photo: <a href="http://www.shutterstock.com/pic.mhtml?id=114854377" target="_blank">Cat eye</a> by Shutterstock

If your cat has a runny nose, eye discharge, a mild fever and sneezing you’re likely to refer to the symptoms as a cold. Your veterinarian will call it an upper respiratory infection. In most instances, you can treat your cat’s cold at home. If your cat’s condition doesn’t improve within a week of beginning treatment or if...

If your cat has a runny nose, eye discharge, a mild fever and sneezing you’re likely to refer to the symptoms as a cold. Your veterinarian will call it an upper respiratory infection. In most instances, you can treat your cat’s cold at home. If your cat’s condition doesn’t improve within a week of beginning treatment or if...

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