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Why Is My Cat Squinting One Eye

Why Is My Cat Squinting One Eye

Feline eye squinting can be a concerning sight for cat owners. Whether it's a subtle narrowing or a pronounced closure of one eye, this behavior often triggers worry and prompts questions about the underlying cause. Cats rely heavily on their vision, so any abnormality in their eyesight can be distressing.
puainta May 15, 2024
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Glaucoma in Cats: Understanding the Silent Threat to Feline Vision

Glaucoma in Cats: Understanding the Silent Threat to Feline Vision

Glaucoma is a serious and potentially blinding eye disease that affects felines. Understanding this condition and its implications is crucial for cat owners to ensure early detection and prompt treatment, thereby safeguarding feline companion's vision
puainta June 20, 2023
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Conjunctivitis in Cats

Conjunctivitis in Cats

Conjunctivitis in cats, also known as "pink eye," is a common eye condition that affects cats of all ages. It is characterized by inflammation of the conjunctiva.
puainta March 15, 2024
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Understanding Cat Sunken Eyes: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Understanding Cat Sunken Eyes: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Cats are known for their expressive eyes, which can convey a range of emotions, from curiosity to contentment. However, when a cat's eyes appear sunken, it can be a cause for concern. Sunken eyes in cats can be a sign of various underlying health issues.
puainta September 7, 2023
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Cat Eye Infection

Cat Eye Infection

Cat owners know that their furry companions can be prone to various health issues, and one common problem that may arise is a cat eye infection, with some mild infections easily clearing up on their own, and others more serious indicating an underlying illness.
puainta September 19, 2023
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Cat Herpes: FVR and FHV-1 Symptoms and Treatments

Cat Herpes: FVR and FHV-1 Symptoms and Treatments

Feline herpes is a contagious respiratory infection caused by the feline herpesvirus type 1. This virus primarily affects the upper respiratory tract of cats and can lead to a range of symptoms, some of which can be mild, while others can be more severe.
puainta September 19, 2023
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Cataracts in Cats

Cataracts in Cats

Cataracts refer to the clouding of the lens inside the eye, leading to impaired vision or blindness. The lens, located behind the pupil, helps focus light onto the retina, allowing clear vision.
puainta September 27, 2023
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Corneal Sequestrum in Cats

Corneal Sequestrum in Cats

A corneal sequestrum is characterized by the development of a dark, brown to black, raised lesion or spot on the cornea.
puainta October 18, 2023
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Guide to Clean Cat Tear Stains (Epiphora in Cats)

Guide to Clean Cat Tear Stains (Epiphora in Cats)

Epiphora in cats refers to excessive tearing or watery eyes, also called cat tear stains is a condition characterized by an overflow of tears that can lead to wetness and staining of the fur around the eyes. -Puainta®
puainta May 24, 2023
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Corneal Ulcer in Cats

Corneal Ulcer in Cats

The cornea is the clear, outermost layer of the eye that covers the iris and pupil. It plays a vital role in focusing light onto the retina, allowing cats to see properly. A corneal ulcer occurs when there is a loss or defect in the corneal tissue.
puainta October 19, 2023
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