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Cat with a Weepy Eye


Q: Cat with a Weepy Eye PetPlanet Vets PPAdmin pettalk@petplanet.co.uk Our cat (a 12 year old female) has recently developed a weepy eye on one or two occasions lasting about a day and yesterday, my wife noticed that this eye now has a round not slit-like iris.What might be wrong and what should we do please ? Julian.

A:Cat with a Weepy Eye PetPlanet Vets PPAdmin pettalk@petplanet.co.uk Dear Julian, I would suggest that this is one a vet should take a look at. The dilated pupil may be a sign of several possible problems, including glaucoma, nerve damage, prolapse of the lens and tumour, sometimes a sign of problems elsewhere in the body as well, so examination as soon as possible would be advisable. Inequalities in the appearance of eyes should always be investigated. June Third-Carter B.V.M.S., M.R.C.VS., Vet.M.F.Hom. (PetPlanet Vet)

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