FELINE INFECTIOUS CONJUNCTIVITIS
This condition is caused by a virus-like disease agent. It may occur in an acute or a chronic form. In the acute form, one eye only is infected. This eye is sensitive to light and the conjunctiva (membrane over the eyeball) is red and swollen and emits pus. If this eye is not treated, the other will become infected, usually within seven days.
In the chronic form, both eyes are affected and there is much less discharge. However, the conjunctivae are thicker and more inflamed.
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