Q. She has one eye closed most of the time and won’t keep it open
she doesn’t keep it open
What are causes & treatment?
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Hello. Thank you for contacting our service.I saw the pictures and videos you attached. There appears to be keratoconjunctivitis in her right eye. It is possible that her cornea was damaged by chance or that bacteria intruded. Or it could be an infection with the herpes virus, a common disease in kittens. Using her antibiotic eye ointment or eye drops will help her. I recommend that you make an appointment with your veterinarian for diagnosis and treatment. If she tries to touch or scratch her eyes, you must stop her. Her claws risk causing additional damage. Thank you.