Nutri-Vet Cat Eye Cleaner | Petco
The Eye Envy Tear Stain Solution For Cats is the first of a 2-step system that will remove and eliminate tear stains. Externally applied, this safe, non-irritating cleanser removes unsightly stains and inhibits dark staining production. Eye Envy is available in both the Original and Non-Refrigerated (NR) Versions, and is safe to use on kittens and puppies. The Eye Envy Solution may also be applied to the feet and mouth/beard stains.
Not getting whole story here, but I understand CD can be treated and is short term. Goldenseal is an anti-microbial, and effectively clears up bacterial and viral infections in humans and animals. I have never heard of a problem where it destroys healthy flora. And I've used G for decades, personally, for family members, children and animals; for viral and bacterial infections (including severe flu). I have spent thousands of dollars on two cats, where ultimately the vet still didn't know what the sickness or infection was; to finally go home and treat my sick cats myself; very happily and successfully with Goldenseal, and when called for, including Echinacea (for treating allergy, and immune related conditions). Both cats had nearly died before treatment. I have found a safe and effective dosage for cats is 3 drops of G diluted in about a teaspoon or less of water, given orally though a syringe (8-10 cc) . Only administer small squirts (about 2 cc) at a time in corner of mouth. Give the cat time to handle between each. (Best to wrap your cat in a big towel, snug (not too tight) around neck) administer twice a day. You'll see improvement every day. Depending on severity of infection, should take one to two weeks to clear up. A recent story: One of my cats was suspected for an immunity deficiency. Vet suggested more testing to confirm. That would have cost $1000 and counting. She had been diagnosed anorexic after blood test etc that showed nothing. A 9 month old cat, she was down from 10-1/2 to 5 pounds. I force fed her for two months. Finally, I started administering G twice a day. One week later she was eating on her own. She is now bright eyed, agile, playful, completely healthy, and weighs 10-11 pounds.
Another ill effect of ear cleaning in cats is vestibular syndrome. Another neurological disorder, this one involves damage to the tiny balance apparatus in the inner ear along with the nerve of the brain that is responsible for maintaining balance in an animal. Your cat may have a head tilt, walk in circles, fall to one side or have unusual rapid movements of the eyes.Many local rescue groups will do this for a minimal amount. Also be sure and check with you local humane society to see if they have low cost Vet care available. Anyway, check out Valley Vet Supply, they will have the wormer you will need also. Continue to keep you kittens eye cleaned up. You may be surprised to see the ointment clear it completely. I have seen cats eyes clear that were dead white with infection. Good luck to you.If it’s an irritation of the eye, it will pass on its own eventually, however if you want to speed up the process you can clean the cat’s eye by putting a drop or two of milk in them. It relieves irritation generally and helps clear the eyes, both for cats and humans. You can also use tea. Managing eye stains is a second way to safely care for your cat’s eyes. If you see noticeable tear stains developing near your cat’s eyes, you’ll have the opportunity to address this hygiene concern before it becomes a more pressing issue. You have the chance to flush the eyes with a saline solution on a regular basis, and, if you take this extra step for a neat, clean face, we also suggest that you keep your kitty’s hair clean and trimmed.Hello! I would follow the directions and not use it more than 3 days a week. Yes the other days you can just use a damp cotton pad to clean the area. For cats with extreme flat faces we can never stop their eyes from tearing. The best you can do is clean daily. Congratulations on your new baby! I’d love to see a photo, could you tag me on instagram? Preventing future eye stains is a fourth and final way to safely care for your cat’s eyes. If your goal is to keep unwanted tear stains at bay, these natural products and a can-do attitude are all you need to keep your cat’s eye health in check. You have the tools required to eliminate tear stains in a few easy steps, and, as long as you keep your cat’s eye area clean and dry after the stain removal process, we know that your cat will love you even more.