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cincorose posted:
I have a one eyed cat that I rescued. She was about 5 months old and had been living under a building. I thought she had an infected eye but the vet said there was no eye at all. He thought that maybe she had gotten an infection maybe after her eyes opened and destroyed the eye. It still runs and is a rusty color. I thought that the eye would totally close on its own, but nevef has. Even thougn she doesn't seem bothered by it, I worry that without an eyeball it would be easier for other infections.
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