Intake: 5/4 Available: Now NAME: Berto ANIMAL ID: 35264612 BREED: DMH SEX: Male EST. AGE: 1 yr Est Weight: 5 lbs Health: OD with mild blepharospasm and chemosis of the third eyelid only. no discharge. stained eye with fluorescein stain and proparacaine. Temperament: Friendly ADDITIONAL INFO: O/S RESCUE PULL FEE: $35
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.
There are many causes for a cat eye infection, some temporary and others chronic. Symptoms include squinting, swelling, redness, discharge from the eyes yellow, clear, or green in color, a cloudy iris, or the cat pawing at his eyes. What can be done when it seems there is a cat eye infection? Treatment depends mostly
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