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Cats Eye by Margaret Atwood

Cats Eye is the story of Elaine Risley, a controversial painter who returns to Toronto, the city of her youth, for a retrospective of her art. Engulfed by vivid images of the past, she reminisces about a trio of girls who initiated her into the fierce politics of childhood and its secret world of friendship, longing, and betrayal. Elaine must come to terms with her own identity as a daughter, a lover, and artist, and woman—but above all she must seek release from her haunting memories. Disturbing, hilarious, and compassionate, Cats Eye is a breathtaking novel of a woman grappling with the tangled knots of her life.
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How Animals See The World

Cloudy Eye in Cats

Customer Service for Subscribers. Did you know that cats have not one, not two, but three eyelids? The first two eyelids are similar to ours — one on the top and one on the bottom that meet in the middle of the eye when the lids are closed. The third eyelid, also known as the nictitating membrane, is a retractable membrane located in the inner corner of each eye closest to the nose. There is also a lacrimal gland at the base of the third eyelid that produces up to 50 percent of the normal tears. Sometimes, you might be able to see the third eyelid if your cat is very relaxed. For instance, if your cat just woke up from a deep sleep or was sedated for a surgical procedure, you might catch a glimpse of the third eyelids of both eyes.

When she turned up for breakfast one day last week with strange-looking eyes, her owners were perplexed. What was going on with their friendly little cat? The inner of corner of each eye was covered by a flap of some kind. This had never happened before and it didn't look right. Wally ate her breakfast hungrily, and she seemed perfectly normal in every other way.

Learning more about your cat's eyes in general can you determine if he's healthy. Let's break down each part of the eye to find out what constitutes normal and what doesn't. A cat's pupils can look like anything from vertical slits, to the classic spindle-shaped "cat's eye," to full dilation -- big black dots that take up all of the colored part of the eye. Certain diseases, including trouble in a cat's nervous system, can cause the pupils to be noticeably different sizes. A cloudy, milky, or filmy look to the pupils might be a sign of cataracts, viral ulcers or other vision problems. The iris is the colored part of the eye. Cats usually have some variety of green, yellow, or blue eyes.

The nictitating membrane of a cat's eye, commonly known as their third eyelid or inner eyelid, is a sort Cats' eyes can be truly fascinating for those who take their time to look into them. . Caring For a White Cat - Not Albino.
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Applying Eye Medicine

Common symptoms of an eye problem in your cat include watery eyes, discharge, excessive blinking, squinting, or pawing at the eye. If your cat has any of these symptoms, a thorough ophthalmologic exam should be done as soon as possible. Eye discharge is a typical symptom of an eye problem in your cat. It can range from clear and watery to yellow or green, and can vary in consistency from thin to thick and sticky. Your cat's eye may become very sensitive as indicated by tearing, tenderness to touch, and avoidance of light. Cats also have an extra eyelid at the inner corner of their eyes known as the third eyelid, or nictitating membrane. This membrane may protrude in response to pain or infection.

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