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Eye Problems in Cats - It goes without saying that the eyes are an essential part of any animalís equipment, especially the cat which has evolved as a successful hunter.

There are three main parts to the eye; the outer layer, the middle layer; and the inner layer. The eye is a very complicated organ, and cat owners should be vigilant and report any suspected eye problems to a vet. Failure to take such action can result in the loss of an eye or even blindness.

Specialist veterinary expertise may be required to diagnose and cure certain eye conditions.

This area of our website considers some of the more common conditions that can affect a catís eyes and general vision including blindness, cataracts, abnormal tear production, glaucoma, conjunctivitis, an ulcerated cornea; and physical trauma and eye injuries.

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