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WorldAsiaIn Kirov, a veterinarian saved a homeless cat Venya from blindness

In Kirov, a veterinarian saved a homeless cat Venya from blindness

Kirov Veterinary Center “Together with a True Friend” told on their page on VKontakte about the miraculous recovery of the homeless cat Venya.

Venya came to the Kotelnich shelter clinic because of a serious eye problem. The homeless animal was threatened with total blindness, as it developed a cataract and the lens shifted.

The ophthalmologist of the veterinary clinic Maria Zlobina took care of the case.

She performed an operation on this animal, which ended successfully. Vienna has regained her sight, she is on the road to recovery.

As explained in the medical establishment, such operations to remove the displaced lens with microsurgical equipment are often performed in the center.

Most often, in cats, the disease occurs due to chronic inflammation of the iris, which develops against a background of infection. The symptoms may also further lead to intraocular pressure and trauma.

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