Cat Eye Discharge — What’s Normal and What’s Not | Catster | "Cat eye discharge can be completely normal or something to bring to your vet’s attention ASAP." Click to read and share this article to learn how to determine what’s worrying and what’s not.
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
While a sneezing cat is not unusual, a cat that sneezes frequently in combination with other symptoms, such as a runny nose and excess discharge from the eyes, generally indicates your feline has a cold. Some of the natural treatments for cat colds are not dissimilar to human natural cold treatments, such as administering vitamin C or creating a...