Cats Eyes Watering After Fight

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Cats Eyes Watering After Fight. The area will become swollen, and it often will be painful. Repeatedly wipe the damp cotton.

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Sophie showing healthy eyes after the treatment. If you notice any discharge coming from your cat’s eyes wipe it away using a fresh cotton ball. Often problems with the eyes are due to infection and other illnesses, though that can be precipitated by injuries to the eye(s) or eyelid(s), which we will discuss here.

Watery eyes are an indication that the eye is trying to fight off some form of health threat such as a virus or a foreign body.

Remember, moisture keeps the eyes clean and healthy by washing out unwanted bacteria. Colds can also lead to conjunctivitis, particularly if the cold is caused by herpes, chlamydia, or mycoplasma. Known as the tear film, this layer removes debris. Some, but not all, cats may become lethargic and lose.