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watery eyes

  1. B

    Watery Eyes

    Hi there! I have two sphynx cats, there are about 6 months old! One of them has had a watery eye for about 3 weeks. She went to the vet a couple days after I noticed and he thought it could be like a pink eye or old infection, so we put her on 2 eye drops and an antibiotic. She never seemed...
  2. mochiwhitegirl

    New adult with signs of infection

    I adopted an adult female sphynx just yesterday and she is a lovable doll. However, she's been keeping sneezing, snoring, and having discharges from her eyes and nose. She's showing her third eyelid and I'm not sure is that a sign of infection or she's just asleep. To me, she seems like...
  3. Kat Mannix

    One eye is really watery

    My Vinnie has been in great health. He will be a year old on the 22nd. As of yesterday, his left eye has been very, very watery. Not the normal brownish gel eye boogers. Just clear watery. Anyone know what this could be? His eye isn't red or swollen. Thanks Kat
  4. Kaitlyn Ramsay

    Quick Question

    Hey guys, long time no speak! I've been working hard at school so I keep forgetting to check in :(. Monty has been doing great, he volunteered with my at a student mental health fair and let stressed students give him cuddles and lovin'. He was such a good boy, I'm training him to be a therapy...
  5. celesteandbrina

    Watery eyes/ stuffy nose

    Hello, I'm new to the lair and sphynx breed. I've had my baby girl Sabrina for just over a week now, she just turned 12 weeks today (the 1st.) When I took her to the vet the 1st time, 2 days after I got her she had a minor eye infection in her right eye and was prescribed eye drops. I gave them...
  6. admin

    Sphynx with Feline Herpes and L-Lysine

    Lysine can also be used for colds or to reduce cold symptoms like sneezing, runny nose and runny eyes in sphynx, not just herpes. See the dosage below. Always see your vet before e diagnosing or medicating your pet. Feline herpes- is one of the most common respiratory diseases in cats. Since...