What You Should Know about Watery Eyes in Cats

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Epiphora, or watery eyes, refers to a medical condition in which the eyes produce tears abnormally. Vets have reported that epiphora is more common among brachycephalic breeds, like Himalayans and Persians, with over-exposed eyeballs,relating to congenital abnormalities. These abnormalities also include distichiasis and entropion, which make the eyelids or eyelashes turn towards the eyeball, causing irritation. Normally, cats’ eyes become extremely watery for some time if an object got trapped in them, or if they have allergies or viral infections. Yet, if you noticed that your cat’s eyes have been strangely watery since the day they were born, or for an extended period of time, you might have to consult a veterinarian.

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