I have a 1.5 year old Siamese. A few weeks ago my cat's eye color began to change: they were previously blue, but gradually it appeared that his eyes were losing color. Now they've turned orange-red or something (kinda freaky), and today I noticed that red blots are 'conquering' the lower part of his eyes. Also, he's becoming extremely thin, especially around his arms and legs, and the bony areas like his spine; although his tummy is still round, which makes him appear kind of deformed!
I am really freaked out, I would really appreciate some help.
If I were you I would bring him to a vet as soon as you can. The eyes alone seems like theres something wrong but also if you cat is also loosing weight, theres something wrong. I work for a vet and thats the advice that I would give if you would call my hospital. Well hope everything goes well in the end.
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