Eye Infections in Newborn Kittens

What are eye infections

Eye infections are common in newborn kittens. They can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or parasites


The symptoms of eye infections in newborn kittens include: Redness, Swelling, Discharge, etc.


The treatment for eye infections in newborn kittens depends on the cause of the infection. Antibiotics or antivirals may be prescribed.

How to prevent.

Avoiding exposing them to other cats with eye infections.

When to see a vet.

If you notice any of the symptoms of an eye infection in your newborn kitten, it is important to see a vet as soon as possible.

Untreated eye infections.

Untreated eye infections can lead to serious complications, such as blindness.

Where to get help?

If you need help with eye infections in newborn kittens, you can contact your vet or a local animal shelter.

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