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Can the pupils of a cat dilate separate from each other?

Asked by rebbel (31080points) 1 month ago

I thought I saw it just now, but I can’t be sure if I saw it right?

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longgone's avatar

I’m not a vet, but I believe that can be cause for concern. It’s called anisocoria (in humans, too). Here’s some info on possible causes.

ragingloli's avatar

Well, mine can, so I would say a cat’s can as well.

kritiper's avatar

Yes. Cover one eye in bright light for a few seconds.

rebbel's avatar

Thanks, guys.
I’ll keep a sharp eye on it.
So far I think it was a illusion on my side.
Haven’t observed it again.
But I’ll stay vigilant.

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