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Red Eye in Cats

If you notice redness of the feline’s orbit, she might have experienced trauma to the eye, an allergy or irritant, a viral infection such as distemper, a bacterial infection, glaucoma, cherry eye, or cancer.

Red-eye in cats could be a serious medical problem that could worsen over time, causing blindness and further destruction of the orbital structure.

Red-eye in cats is a symptom of an underlying disease, ocular irritation, or injury to a feline’s eyes.

Red coloration of one or both eyes is an indication that a feline is suffering from an unknown health condition that should be addressed by a licensed veterinary professional.

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