Features

May 2014 Issue

Anatomy’s Impact on the Eyelids

They can fold inward in short-nosed breeds, causing blinking, inflammation and considerable discomfort

If you notice your cat squinting or his eyes watering, he may be suffering from entropion, a condition that causes part of the eyelids to fold inward and eyelashes to rub on the eyes’ surface. It usually affects the lower eyelids but can also impact the upper lids, in either case causing considerable discomfort.

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