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barryj
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From:victoria
Registered: Aug 2003

posted 08-31-2003 09:20 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for barryj     Edit/Delete Message
OUR 13 YEAR OLD PART PERSIAN CAT HAS DEVELOPED A CLOUDY EYE AND THE OTHER ONE ALSO SEEMS TO BE CHANGING. I HAVE BEEN TOLD COULD BE CATARACTS?? IS EATING VERY WELL AND SPENDS MOST OF IT'S TIME INSIDE SLEEPING HOWEVER BUMPS INTO A FEW THINGS. CAN CATS GET BUY WITH THEIR SENSES WHEN LIVING IN A UNCHANGED ENVIRONMENT.
THINK WOULD BE TO OLD TO BE OPERATED ON.
ANY INFO APPRECIATED

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betsy_good
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From:Columbia City, IN, USA
Registered: Sep 2003

posted 09-01-2003 12:40 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for betsy_good     Edit/Delete Message
I agree with you. Probably is cataracts, and operation seems kinda inappropriate, considering your kitty doesn't seem to be bothered. My rottie had cataracts, and you could really see the cloudiness. She got them from diabeties, not old age, however. It got to where she wouldn't go down our deck stairs at night unless we turned the light on. But that was the least of her worries. If she (?) is eating fine and just bumping into things, I would not worry much at all. Just love her lots and try to keep obstacles out of her way!

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