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Are Cats Color Blind?

Learn about whether cats are color blind and how their vision works.

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How to Care for a Blind Cat

Your blind cat can live a full, enriched life. Learn some tips for good care of a blind cat.

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Corneal Ulcers in Cats

Corneal ulcers in cats can cause squinting, rubbing, and drainage of the eye. Treatment is necessary to prevent blindness.

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Eye Infections in Young Kittens

Newborn kittens are susceptible to eye infections which can be dangerous for their sight. Learn more about eye infections in kittens.

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Why Do Some Cats Have Two Different Colored Eyes?

Have you ever seen an odd-eyed cat? Learn why some cats have different colored eyes and whether it's a problem.

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Feline Vision

Information on cat's vision.

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Night Vision in Cats

Find out how well cats see in the dark and how their night vision differs from our own.

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