Originally Posted by Tara & Rob
I know I'm probably being paranoid, considering the vet checked Nero's eyes when we were there the day we got him, but I noticed that his left pupil always stays larger than his right pupil! They both will expand and shrink with the light, but that left one is always larger. Anything that would do that? Or is it just a quirk he's got?
Hi Tara and Rob
My 14 y/o indoor girl has always had the left pupil larger than the right one-no medical problems, no issues- until approx 2 years ago, she had a seizure. I think only one or two. But who knows, I never witnesses it-I figured it out later.
Then last year she had a seizure (a large one) in my bed and I got to see it, scary!!! of course I took her to the vet-a homeopathic vet and he told me to avoid corn,soy,dairy and gave me some homeopathic stuff-adaposode/detoxosode/biosode and I found a herbal preparation for cats for seizures
No seizures for a year then about two weeks ago I changed her diet to something with corn in it, because all of a sudden she wouldnt eat the one I had been giving to her all along. Well, she ate the corn one and two weeks later had a seizure and this morn at 3am had another
we saw the vet again, blood work is fine. Only that pupil is larger than the other one and Im wondering if it has anything to do with these seizures
She is not showing symptoms or signs of a brain tumor, you would think she is totally healthy
anyway, this mystery is driving me nuts
did you find out anything?