How To Clean your cat’s eyes – In General, you do not need to clean the area surrounding your cat’s eyes. However, if you own a cat that have a very flat face, eg. a Persian cat, it may well have eyes which is always watering constantly and will need wiping on a daily basis.
How to clean your cat’s eye is you can do it gently with a cotton wool ball and dampened it with clean water or a splash of baby oil. Using a separate cotton ball for each eye and after that drying it with a soft tissue should be sufficient.
Please avoid not to touch the eyeball directly – this will cause pain and your cat will avoid to have the experience again next time.
Do you need to clean your cat’s eyes?
Yes, this is to clean any excess mucous, secretions, tears, or other other matter that have to be routinely cleaned from the eyes of your pets.
Most dogs and cats will collect a small amount of eye secretion or dirt at the inside of their eye lid corners, just like humans do. Some pets will need assist to have this clean regularly.
Why is there black stuff in my cat’s eye?
A dark crusty material which usually appears in the corners of the eyes is consider normal. Tears which contain pigments that when it is exposed to sunlight will become brownish. This is not caused by blood or infection. It is just like humans do, so do many cats