Feline Eye Problems | Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments | Dr. Bill’s Advanced Nutritional Support


Do you suspect your cat may have an eye
problem? Eye problems in cats are common but often overlooked. Hello, I’m Doctor Bill Barnett. Cat’s eyes can become inflamed for a variety of reasons: allergies, foreign bodies, scratches, entropion (where the eyelashes turn in) infections, increased pressure, cataracts,
cancer, autoimmune disease systemic viral diseases (such as feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus). If it looks like your cat is winking at you, it
may not be a sign of affection it is more than likely an eye problem. In order
to spot eye problems we have to be vigilant. Some symptoms include: squinting, winking, or pawing at the eye, inflamed reddened conjunctiva protruding third eyelids, ocular
discharge, dilated or unequal pupils or erect whiskers that are pointing
forward. Some feline eye problems can be easily treated. However, many are very serious and should be promptly diagnosed by your veterinarian. To learn more about the causes, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, read the full report on
feline eye problems that accompanies this video. Proper nutrition and diet play an
important role in eye health. I encourage you to click on the link to optimum
nutrition to learn more about how to help your cat live as long and healthy
as possible.

3 comments

  1. My cat just brought a dead bird in and I think his eye got scratched as it is cloudy orange and he is blinking 😿

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