Stress Increases Tear Production in Cats

Researchers used the Schirmer test to measure tears

Cats are easily stressed, especially at the veterinary clinic. A study by researchers in Brazil decided to determine the impact of acute stress on tear production in companion cats to provide a basis for the need to minimize stress during ophthalmic evaluations.

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