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Cataract

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Cataract

Cataract is a disease of the lens of the eye in which the normally clear lens becomes opaque or white. You may see the whiteness of the eye when you look at your cat. This interferes with vision and can result in blindness. In some cases, if the cataract is causing significant problems, an eye specialist may be able to operate on the eye to remove the cataract.

How does the eye work?

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What causes cataracts in cats?

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How will I know if my cat has cataracts?

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How can cataract be treated?

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