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Cat Eye Infection Treatment

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What causes eye infections in cats?

Cats can develop eye infections for a number of reasons. Cats don’t get eye infections as frequently as dogs can tend to, but that doesn’t mean they’re immune to them. Conjunctivitis, or “pink eye,” is caused by inflammation. Some infections might be caused by parasites. Other types of infection include viral, fungal, and bacterial. Cat eye infection treatment is easy with the options available at Allivet!

How can I tell if my cat is suffering from an eye infection?

There are many ways to recognize if your cat has an eye infection. Some telltale symptoms are:

  • Watery eyes with red, green, yellow, gray, or clear discharge
  • Red eyes
  • Swollen eyes
  • Signs of upper respiratory illness, such as nasal discharge or sneezing
  • Rubbing the eyes
  • Squinting
  • Obvious pain

Since some of the most common signs of infection can simply be symptoms of allergies, it’s important to speak with your veterinarian if you suspect that your cat is having trouble with his or her eyes. Left untreated, eye infections can lead to much more serious complications, including glaucoma or even blindness. Don’t worry, though – Allivet carries all of the best medications to treat your cat’s eye infection!

What medications are available to treat my cat’s eye infection?

Your cat’s veterinarian will assess the severity of the infection symptoms, then decide on a course of treatment. A few of the best feline eye infection treatments include:

  • Terramycin – This antibiotic eye ointment for cats uses Oxytetracycline Hydrochloride to combat superficial cat eye infection, including cat pink eye, corneal ulcers, or conjunctivitis.
  • Flurbiprofen – These cat eye infection drops are an NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory) cat eye infection treatment option. They use Flurbiprofen Sodium to reduce cat eye inflammation and pain associated with infections.
  • Keterolac – With the active ingredient Ketorolac Tromethamine, this cat eye infection treatment is an NSAID medication that reduces pain and inflammation. One of the most effective eye drops for conjunctivitis, this cat pink eye treatment also works to heal other eye infections in cats.
  • Diclofenac – This eye medicine for cats is another potent NSAID option that diminishes inflammation and pain.
  • Tobramycin – These antibiotic eye drops for cats are an aminoglycoside antibiotic ophthalmic solution that treat conjunctivitis and other infections, easing discomfort and facilitating healing.

Remend Eye Drops, Dexamethasone, Prednisolone, and many other medications are also part of Allivet’s wide selection of cat eye infection treatment options. Antibiotic eye drops for cats, eye ointment for cats, oral antibiotics, and other eye care options are available. Speak with your veterinarian about the best course of action, then choose Allivet to fill your cat’s prescriptions, supplements, and food quickly, conveniently, and affordably!