My Cat Has Watering Eyes—Why? 6 Possible Reasons

Cats can get wet eyes due to:

The most prevalent cause, feline herpesvirus-1 (FHV), causes nose and ocular irritation, causing watery eyes.

A tumor, face-swelling illness, or nasal congestion might cause this.

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Young kittens are susceptible to eye infections and swelling caused by Chlamydophilia felis.

A plant particle can lodge in the tissue behind the eyelid and cause severe moisture and squinting.

Brachycephalic dog breeds, which have a “flat” face, have a duct that goes steeply upward and often gets “kinked” in a V-shaped pattern, causing moist eyes.

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