Why is my cats right eye ( HER RIGHT) so watery?
It looked like someone dropped 6 drops of eye drops in her eyes . I didn’t even noticed until she trilled and I looked at her and she could barley get it open . I wiped it with a clean towel and she’s fine now but what caused it? Also my fan is on so it made it a bit worse I think
- 10 months ago
Allergies, or she might of had something in her eye. Or she might have a infection
- J CLv 710 months ago
If it happens again, then she needs a vet visit. It may be just a piece of dust that was in her eye, the tears are there to flush it out. Or it could be an infection. Watch her, and if it occurs again, take a picture of it on your cell phone to show the vet (just in case) and make an appointment for her. Could be allergies, could be what is really a form of upper respiratory infection.
- champerLv 710 months ago
Quite possibly she simply got something in her eye, bit of dust, fluff, hair, grass seed, who knows, just like we can. The watering was her eye trying to flush it out. Just like us, too. If it's better now, that was doubtless it. If the inflammation continues though she ought to go to the vet, could be an infection.
- OcimomLv 710 months ago
Possible infection or possible allergy. Have your vet check the cat out - you don't want it to get worse and cause more eye problems.
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- Kiss Me KateLv 710 months ago
it could be something in her eye--a scratch-an allergy-an URI or even her teeth!! (infection of gums-or tooth)
- heart o' goldLv 710 months ago
Cat needs vet, asap.
- Jack HLv 710 months ago
It could be a seed blown by the fan, if it's troubling her, get to the vet. He will probably give antibiotic drops. Hope if works out OK...
- KyleLv 710 months ago
keep an eye on it. if it happens again, make an appointment with a vet. you would see a doctor if you thought you had an infection. a cat should get the same treatment.
- 10 months ago
The most likely answer is that she's caught a small infection. Might need to take her to the vet for eye drops, could be something less serious though. But better safe than sorry!