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Leakey eye I texted you yesterday.
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A running or leaky eye in a cat can be a sign of a variety of conditions, including infection, inflammation, or injury. In order to determine the cause and appropriate treatment, it is best to consult a veterinarian. They will be able to examine your cat and determine the underlying cause of the eye issue. Treatment may include medications, such as antibiotics or anti-inflammatory drugs, or other therapies, depending on the specific condition. It is important to have your cat checked by a veterinarian as soon as possible to ensure that their eye issue is properly treated and to prevent any potential complications.