Cats Eyes Dilated At Night. Hi, i am an experienced veterinarian and happy to help! Dilated pupils in cats due to glaucoma and other ocular pathologies.
Since cloudy eye is symptomatic of a number of serious eye conditions, immediate veterinary attention should be sought in order to ensure the best prognosis for your cat’s sight. A cat’s eyes should only glow at night, especially for prolonged periods. Basically the ligaments that hold the lense in place have degraded, and the lenses have slipped forward.
It is common for the nictitating membrane to be visible during rem sleep.
Determining blood pressure is very important since hypertension is common in cats and is a common cause of retinal disease and blindness. Cats' big ol' pupils aren't just for seeing mice at night. You may notice your cat is uncomfortable coming into a dark room. When all the lights are off, he goes pouncing;