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Old 09-27-2019, 10:49 AM
 
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I have a kitten that has its eyes shut ? doing a little research on internet i found that the kitten has Conjuntivist and it needs Terramycin and animal eye oitnment So i called the vet to ask if i can purchase the terramycin Vet told me the EXAM will be 85$ to see whats wrong with the cat i dont have money at the momment super expensive then to be perscribe the terramycin u have to haave an exam by a vetinaryian dr ? BUT instead i FOUND TERRAMYCIN FOR SALE ON AMAZON FOR 20$ bought it and got it ship next day it wasn't really working kitten eyes , kittens eye were still stuck and shut so i finally tried Neosporin , i rub it against my fingers and gently wipe the kittens eyes for 3 days and now kitten is Heal from useing neosporin i just want to let everybody know who has a kitten with this condition that u can save a cat with conjutivitis useing neosporin it works a miracle !
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Old 09-27-2019, 01:06 PM
 
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Neopsporin, a human topical ointment, is not meant to use in the eyes, it says so right on the box. A cat or kitten with eye problems needs a vet. No one can diagnose a kitten's eye infections by looking it up on Google.

You have been completely irresponsible with regard to your kitten's health and your post is full of bad, dangerous advice that hopefully no one will follow.

If you cannot afford proper health care for your kitten surrender him to a shelter or rescue.
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Old 09-27-2019, 01:09 PM
 
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Kittens are born with their eyes closed. You should probably have just left it alone, poor thing.
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Old 09-29-2019, 10:21 PM
 
Location: Watervliet, NY
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First of all, it's spelled conjunctivitis and 2nd, you are not a vet, so stop trying to diagnose your cat's problems.

If you can't afford proper vet care, don't have animals. Neglect is a punishable crime, especially when you end up causing harm.
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