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Blue film on cat's eye

Species: cat | Category: general | Submitted: 4 October 2009 06:14PM | viewed 27566 times
Q Karen asks about wallace (cat) :

My cat has a blue film over one of her eyes. She is almost closing her eye.

Q Our vet says: Problems with eyes should always be taken seriously. It sounds as if this might be a painful condition for your cat. (Animals close their eyes if they are painful just like we do).
Your cat does need to be taken to your vet.

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