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Conjunctivitis in cats

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Conjunctivitis in cats

If your cat has a sore or red eye, or there is discharge from the eye then it is important to seek veterinary advice. Your cat may have an infection in the eye but this can also be caused by foreign body (such as a grass seed) caught under the eyelid. It is important that diseases of the eye are treated quickly to prevent any permanent damage being done.

What is conjunctivitis?

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What are the signs of conjunctivitis?

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What are the causes of conjunctivitis?

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How will my vet know if my cat has conjunctivitis?

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Can conjunctivitis be treated?

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Can I manage my cat's treatment at home?

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