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Posted by: Verna | 2012/05/10

Cat''s pupils

I have recently adopted a male kitten of 6 months old. I have noticed that, in full sunlight, his one pupil doesn''t contract to a sliver like the other one does. Also, his tail curls at the end so he looks a bit like a bush baby. Do you think that there isw cause for concern?

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Hi Verna

I would definitely be concerned about the eye. Take him to the vet to try and identify why his one pupil is not contracting in the light. There maybe a retinal problem?

Kind regards

Angus Campbell

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Posted by: CyberVet | 2012/05/21

Hi Verna

I would definitely be concerned about the eye. Take him to the vet to try and identify why his one pupil is not contracting in the light. There maybe a retinal problem?

Kind regards

Angus Campbell

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