Cataracts In Cats

Just like in humans, cataracts in cats are often an age-related issue. But the eye problem can also be caused by allergies, certain medical conditions and mental disorders, etc. More often than not, cataracts develop as a secondary condition in relation to a primary health issue where inflammation is present in the cat’s eye. It is brought about by the degeneration of the lens of the eye which can eventually lead to impaired vision. Cataracts often make the cat’s lens milky or cloudy. Without medical intervention, cataracts can cause blindness. In this case, the cat’s eyes may appear to have a thick, opaque, grayish film covering the entire lens. However, complete blindness associated with cataracts is not as common in cats. The rate of development of cataracts depend on the underlying cause.  

If you notice something different in your cat’s eye/s, you should have it examined a vet clinic Scottsdale, AZ immediately. Click this website Raintree Pet Resort & Medical Center for additional information.


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