Q. Blossom's eye... Tissue looks pink around the eye, and while lifting the lid a bit, there is a dark spot near the top of the eyeball...any info?

A. It could be an eye infection or due to trauma of the eye. It should be seen by your vet as soon as possible. Eye problems shouldn't be left too long without veterinary treatment as some conditions can cause irreversible damage.

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