Treating a Kitten With a Watery Eye?

My kitten suddenly developed a water eye. It looks a little more pinkish than the other one. He also squints it from time to time. He doesn't seem to be in pain or sick as he is playing as usual, eating as usual, and hasn't sneezed. He is not rubbing his eye either. Now I have noticed a discharge which wasn't clear or watery, but it was slightly clumpy and had a very very light yellow color to it (which he also gets from time to time).


So from what I researched it looks like conjunctivitis or some particle went in his eye, like litter box dust? What should I do to help him at home?
Please help.
Thank you.

By Bella

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December 3, 20140 found this helpful

You can't home treat it. At least, not until your vet has ruled out an eye infection. If it is an infection, you'll have to get antibiotic drops or eye wash, or else the kitten can lose sight in that eye. Since there's no way you can know for sure what it is by looking at it, please take the kitten to the vet.

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December 4, 20140 found this helpful

The cat needs to be seen by a vet ASAP. It is not fair to the cat to take a chance of losing his eye sight. It does not take long for something like this to get to the point that it is beyond saving the eye.

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