Eye infections are common in cats and most cases are due to an infection caused by a virus (feline herpesvirus, FeLV, FIP), an allergic reaction, or bacterial infection. Cats may be prone to eye infections that cause discomfort and long-term damage if left untreated. Ey-Eas natural cat eye infection remedy helps pets with eyes that are red, watery or irritated. It is also helpful for cats that are continually rubbing their eyes, tearing excessively, or avoiding light.
- Supports management of uncomfortable swelling of tissues around the eye
- Non-irritating gentle formula
- Helps prevent spreading infection to other cats
- Restores healthy eyes
- Soothes uncomfortable itching
- Helps control increased discharge
What is Conjunctivitis in Cats?
Conjunctivitis can occur in one or both eyes and is most often the result of a bacterial or viral infection. Other possible causes include allergies, irritants, and fungal infections. If only one eye is affected, then it may be an inflamed tear sac or a foreign object causing the problem. Do not use with existing corneal ulcers.
- item number
- 0.70 LBS
- 1 fl. oz. (30ml)
- life stages
- adult, senior, kitten
- made in
Chamomile – An excellent calming agent, chamomile provides anti-inflammatory action to help soothe and heal inflamed skin.
Eyebright – Reduces inflammation and contains strong astringent properties. This herb has a very long history of use in eye issues. It also helps relieve itchy eyes.
Goldenseal – Contains strong astringent and antibacterial properties. Goldenseal has anti-inflammatory, properties and may be very soothing to a cat’s skin. It is effective for eye-related disorders and helps reduce redness in the eyes.
Rosemary – Has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties.
Ey-Eas can be used orally or topically.
ORALLY: To be taken twice daily.
1 drops for every 2lb of body weight up to 50 lb.
TOPICALLY: Using the dropper place a few drops in each eye.
Shaking of the head and rubbing of the eyes is normal.
How to Administer
Shake well before use. The easiest method is to use the dropper provide and places the drops into your pet’s food or favorite treat. You can also use the dropper and squirt directly into the pet’s mouth.
Some pets can be finicky, if this occurs consider hiding the drops in foods most pet’s love such as fish, chicken or yogurt or a favorite treat. If your pet only eats dry food then soak a few kibbles at feeding time.
For Best Results
Herbal dietary supplements are beneficial to the health and wellbeing of your pet and are safe for long-term use. Every pet responds to natural herbal supplements differently, therefore it is important to be consistent and administer the product daily. Supplements generally take two to four weeks to take effect, however this will vary from one animal to the next.
All NHV Natural Pet Products are pure herbal extracts and contain no artificial additives, preservatives or coloring. Shelf life after opening is 6 months and must be refrigerated after opening.
Cautions and Contraindications
Do not use EY EAS in pregnant or nursing animals. When used topically the pet may shake it’s head or rub its eyes and face for a short time; this normal. Speak to your vet before using our products. A second visit is recommended if your pet’s condition does not improve, or deteriorates after continued use of the supplements.
All information provided by NHV Natural Pet Products is for educational purposes only.
Do I put this directly in my cat’s eye or in his food?
Ey-Eas works best when applied topically directly to the eye. Some pets may not tolerate this, so giving Eye Eas in the food is an acceptable alternative.
Does this sting?
Ey-Eas is a very gentle, natural cat eye infection remedy and should not cause stinging. Some pets are a little bit averse to drops being put in their eyes, and Ey-Eas is a bit sticky, so you may notice a small amount of head shaking and paw rubbing in the first few seconds after application.
Can this be used for my cat's corneal ulcer?
No, Ey-Eas cat eye infection remedy should not be used to treat corneal ulcers. If your cat has an existing corneal ulcer, it is important that you not put anything into the eye except for veterinary-approved medications. This could cause further damage to the eye.
Can my cat get pink eye from my dog?
Conjunctivitis, or "pink eye", is often caused by a bacterial infection. Though these infections are technically contagious, it would generally require very close contact to be passed between pets.