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My kittons are 3 weeks old with green gunk comeing from therer eyes

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Closed eyes with discharge

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  • sherry LaRosa-Silvestrisherry LaRosa-Silvestri willow groveMember Posts: 888
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    You need to get your kittens to a vet IMMEDIATELY! If not, they will end up blind. I hate to be blunt, but people who waste time on the computer for advice are usually not going to follow up with a professional. Your kittens are in serious need of medical care. We cannot diagnose what is going on, but this is not a matter that you should be wasting time on. Please seek medical treatment ASAP!
  • Dani MulhollandDani Mulholland ElginMember Posts: 20
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    Yea get your kitties to that vet ASAP! But in the mentime, Take a warm washcloth and wipe thoes eye ickies to help. My cats vet told me to do that when he had an eye infection. We toook him to the vet too ASAP. Hope it helped!
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