Cat cataracts can be congenital, can develop naturally during the aging process, can be caused by poor nutrition or can occur due to traumatic eye injuries. A taurine deficiency is a common cause for cat cataracts, usual... More »

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Headaches are only a symptom of hypermature cataracts, a progressed form of cataracts that have become completely white, according to Medical News Today. At this point, sufferers may also experience inflammation and pain... More »

Individuals who have undergone cataract surgery sometimes experience clouding in vision, which can occur months or years later. This is caused by the outer lining wall of the cataract that remains in the eye, according t... More »

Cat breeds that don't shed as much tend not to be as popular or well-known as common house cats, but there are a number of them, including Rex cats and certain European and Asian breeds. Cats that don't shed much are kno... More »

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Cat saliva that accidentally comes into contact with human nose, eye and mouth membranes may cause skin infections, flu-like symptoms and sometimes meningitis. Most of these conditions respond well to antibiotics. More »

PetMD states that cats eat grass for reasons related to nutrition and digestion. The juices in grass contain folic acid, an essential vitamin that helps the bodies of cats function optimally and helps produce hemoglobin ... More »

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Some causes of seizures in older cats are acute poisoning, head injuries, stroke, metabolic disorders and epilepsy, states WebMD. Kidney and liver failure can also cause seizures. Bee sting reactions and fainting related... More »

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