Cloudy Eyes in Cats
September 29, 2007 :: Posted by - kittyluver :: Category - Diseases
|Cloudy Eyes in you cat may be a precursor of many diseases including ulcers, fatty acid accumulation, glaucoma and bacterial infections. As this is a sequel of many conditions, in no case is this something to be ignored.
Some of these disorders are not only really serious, but also lead to severe blindness with incredible pain. In addition to this, cataract also being noticed among the cloudy eyes cat. Hence you get an appointment with your vet as soon as possible to get rid of this cloudy eyes in your cat.
You need to take your cat to a vet as soon as possible. Cats also get cataracts (although it is not particularly common), this is a clouding of the lens and is more common in older cats. Some of these disorders are serious, they can be incredibly painful and lead to blindness if untreated.
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