What’s wrong with that cat’s eye?

Posted by on Jul 18, 2013 in | Comments Off on What’s wrong with that cat’s eye?

Eye infections are very common in cats, and can be a chronic condition. Left untreated, an infection can cause permanent corneal scarring or rupturing. Corneal scarring causes a cloudy hue to cover part of the eye, while a ruptured eye generally must be surgically removed. Every year For Animals adopts out cats and kittens with imperfect eyes, and they go on to lead perfectly normal lives!

Read more about eye infections in cats on Petfinder.

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