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Cloudy Eyes – Not Always Cataracts


Does your pet have cloudy or blueish eyes? 

Have you ever noticed a cloudiness in your cat’s or dog’s eyes? Many people mention such eye changes during veterinary visits. While people often assume that their pet is developing cataracts, it’s not always the case (especially in cats). While cataracts do happen in pets, there’s a far more common cause of “cloudy eyes” — Lenticular (Nuclear) Sclerosis.

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Topics: Cat Health, Dog Health, Dog, Cat, Senior Pets, Blindness, Eye health, Cataracts

Photo Credit: Preventive Vet

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