Eye Envy Tear Stain Remover for Cats Large 237ml

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Cat owners are often taken by surprise when they see tear staining on their cats. Certain dogs are known to suffer from tear staining but so are certain breeds of cats. There are a number of solutions out there but not all of them are good for your cat’s eyes and some may be doing more harm than good.


Cat Breeds Prone to Tear Staining

Like short nosed pug faced dogs, cats with pushed in faces like Persians and Himalayans are also prone to tear staining. There are also certain breeds of exotic shorthair cats that suffer from the same issue.

Drainage issues are usually the root cause for stub faced Himalayans and Persian cats. In one instance it could be that your cat’s eyes are overproducing tears, which, is not only irritating to the cat, but it too results in staining. Another drainage problem could be that your cat’s tear ducts are blocked which can be cured with an eye flush by the vet.

Some cats have eyes that spout out tears instead of dripping normally through their tear ducts. This can also lead to tear staining around your cat’s eyes. Cats with really big eyes often suffer from excessive tearing simply because their eyelids cannot close all the way.

Cats with protruding eyes tend to suffer from dry eye which causes the body to produce an excessive amount of tears. Structural eyelid problems like eyelids that are flipped forward known as a “prolapsed” or third eyelid, can often be treated through surgery by a good veterinary specialist.

There are other eye conditions that must be treated by surgery to fix. For example, trichiasis is a condition where your cat’s eyelashes grow toward the eye which leads to pain and chronic eye irritation that results in excessive tearing and eye stains.

Major Causes of Eye Stains for Cats

Because of the physical makeup of certain breeds of cats, tearing is inevitable. That does not however mean that all cats cannot suffer from tear staining problems. There are many causes of excessive tearing that leads to tear stains in any cat.

At the root are bacteria just like in dogs called porphyrins that are released through tears and saliva. Over time, they produce both staining and a foul odor. Among the many sources of eye stains for cats, these are some of the most common:

  • Diet
  • Dirty Water
  • Allergies
  • Smoke
  • Perfume
  • Fur around the Eyes
  • Long Eyelashes
  • Infection (Yeast, Ear, Eye)
  • Anxiety
  • Dust
  • Medical Issue

Other structural features of certain cats that could lead to excessive tearing are narrow nostrils, shallow eye sockets, and teething for young kittens between a year and a half and two years old. Any abnormalities in a cat’s eyelids or eyelashes could result in excessive discharge due to constant eye irritation.

More serious medical issues that could be underlying your cat’s tearing is viral conjunctivitis; a common condition in cats. A corneal abrasion or even ulcers in the eye could cause excessive tearing. If none of those are the cause, it could be a sign that your cat has developed glaucoma.


Why Eye Envy Tear Stain Solution for Cats

Our goal is not necessarily to remove stains the fastest. Our goal is to remove cat tear stains effectively. Over years of testing and proven over time, we have created a solution made up of human-grade ingredients that is completely safe for cats.

More importantly, this solution is most effective at removing tear stains without using the harsh chemicals that most other stain removers use. Eye Envy Tear Stain Solution for Cats contains no bleach, no peroxide, no alcohol, and no preservatives, nothing at all that could do your cat any harm.

Eye Envy Tear Stain Solution works by treating low grade bacterial infections over consecutive days using a natural antibiotic. Our kit includes a cleanser that helps sweep away any debris around your cat’s eyes and then we use an organic astringent to dry the area to prevent bacteria growth from recurring.

Why Eye Envy when you could try a cheap home remedy? Because Eye Envy is the safest, most effective system for removing tear stains from your pet’s fur in a way that keeps them from coming back. Unlike most other pet tear stain removers our goal is not to cover up stains but to treat the underlying causes to remove stains naturally and for good.

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