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eye problems in kittens
Posted By tdomf_d6e07 On May 3, 2012 @ 3:06 AM In Ask the Vet | 1 Comment
I work with a TNR colony at a local fairground and there is a long haired orange and white mommy cat (Sally) that we have been unable to trap for three years. Only her female kittens survive and of those, we have taken only 3 and adopted them out. Twice a year she has kittens and only two seem to survive. These last two, three week old orange chubettes, are having eye problems. When she’s not with them I pick them up nd notice that one cannot open the eyes at all (it resembles Gizmo of the Gremlins) and the other has one beautiful blue eye and the other the same as it’s sibling. I fear they will be blind so I have been treating them with eye antibiotic and now Amocillin. I am still really afraid for the one with no visible eyes. We would like to trap mom and take them but at least we would like to get these two very soon. I fear the one will be blind. I would appreciate your thoughts on this.
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