What do watery eyes mean for a cat
Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the membrane that covers both the inner lining of the eyelid and the white of the eye. MORE? ( Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-do-watery-eyes-mean-for-a-cat )
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- What does it mean when a cat has watery eyes??
- It is possible your cat has allergies, but you should take him to the vet just in case it is something else considering his age. He could have had something blown into his eye or it could just be allergies like you suspect. He could have an...
- What does it mean when your cats eyes are watery??
- I have a cat who's eyes get watery and i took him to the vet to find out he has hayfever..Yes hayfever! now he gets a shot for it once every couple of months and no more watery eyes
- Why does my cat have watery eyes?
- It could have just been irritating her, and she scratched it, making it worse. I've noticed lately, that when I add litter to my 8 litter boxes, the DUST is SO BAD that my eyes water, too. I've started wearing glasses to protect my eyes fro...
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- What does it mean when a cat has watery eyes?
- Q: My 14 year old male cat has had a little crust in one eye recently, and I just wipe it away. Now, today, I noticed the other eye is literally watering, with no swelling or any other symptoms. Can cats get allergies? It's very windy out right now so I'm wondering if the allergens could be affecting him.
- A: It is possible your cat has allergies, but you should take him to the vet just in case it is something else considering his age. He could have had something blown into his eye or it could just be allergies like you suspect. He could have an infection which causes liquid to excrete from the eye also. There are many possible causes, but I would take him to the vet in case it is an infection or if he has gotten something in his eye. Even allergies should be checked out as they might be preventable or lead to something else.Good Luck!
- Two cats with Runny nose, and Watery Eyes and a lot of Sneezing?
- Q: I have 2 cats one was on a farm and I got it the owner said there was a cat that had an eye infection. My other cat was perfectly fine. They both have gotten Watery Eyes and Runny noses, and they sneeze a lot, does this mean they have distemper? or is it a cold?
- A: Sound like an upper respiratory infection.http://www.marvistavet.com/html/body_feline_upper_respiratory.html
- 2 year old cat w/ watery eye?
- Q: My 2 year cat's eye is running. It started today, she never has eye discharge or watery eyes. This morning she had white discharge in her eye, I wiped the corner of her eye out gently with a soft washcloth with warm water on it.Now her eye is watering, she had a full teardrop of clear liquid in the corner of her eye. I am taking her to the vet on Monday, what can I do in the mean time? She is not sneezing and does not have a running nose. I looked at the eye as best as I could, I did not see anything in it.Thanks for the responses everyone. My cat has all her shots and we do not have any new cats. I'm still going to take her to the vet on Monday, but I am thinking maybe my dog could have given it to her because he runs around in the backyard and tries to touch the neighbor's dog through the fence.
- A: I agree with AM Pregnant. We have a cat who presented with this symptom but also with the reverse sneezing atypical of the feline herpes virus. We were told the symptoms are often brought on by stress. We had recently taken in a stray and the 2 weren't getting along when and then the symptoms started. We were given a Lsyine gel that's a lot easier to administer than the pills. I use a syringe (minus the needle of course) and fill it with the dose then just squirt it in the corner of her mouth when her symptoms act up. Now that the 2 cats are getting along I haven't had to use the Lysine for several months now.
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