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Weeping eyes

Category: general | Submitted: 16 July 2009 05:22PM | viewed 85992 times
Q Lucy asks about Maisy (cat) :

We brought our 9 week old kitten home today and she has weeping eyes. Her eyes themselves seem bright and clear with no swelling and she is lively. I have tried wiping it away with a luke warm damp cotton wool ball, but it has come back. She is going to the vets on Tuesday for her vaccinations. Should I take her sooner?

Q Our vet says: Yes, you should take her along to your vet sooner. If her eyes are weeping they are probably uncomfortable for her and the cause of the weeping needs to be investigated.

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