I tried the green tea teabag and it worked for my kitten! I boiled it, let it cool down then squeezed it into a paper towel which I squeezed into her eye and it got rid of her infection and it's been over a week now!
Go to the pharmacy and ask the pharmacist for polysporin eye cream, you will not find it in the isles you have to ask for it I get it for all my cats and kittens whenever eye infections occur , and it works just as good as what you would get from your vet and it saves you money and works fast the tube is about 9.00 canadian my vet recommended it .
My cat just had kittens 2 weeks ago and all of their eyes are open, but the runt, his eyes are open but his one eye keeps oozing out this green stuff and it keeps getting stuck shut. He's only 2 weeks old what can I do for him? The vet said to make and appointment but he's 2 weeks old I can't just take him to the vet. And most over the counter medications say to only use on kittens 4 to 6 weeks old. I just feel bad for the poor guy.
Take your kitten to the vet and see if they can sort the problem out. For now keep the kitten warm and look after him/her and your kitten should feel better. Keep him/her out of harms way and your kitten will be fine.
I have found with my cats, the only thing you can do with an eye infection is get medicine from the vet. If you have a regular vet you may be able to talk him into giving you a prescription without seeing the cat, but usually they want to see them, which involves an office call.
If it is a cold you should be able to tell in about a week, it should be starting to get better, but if it is an infection it will not get better and you will need medicine for it.
You need to go to a vet and have the actual cause diagnosed and treated properly or the kitty can have big problems. Often it is a sign of herpes or a URI (can lead to pneumonia or can be sign of some serious disease and illness) or something very serious and is very painful and can cause even more serious problems when not diagnosed and treated properly. Any time our pets have problems with their eyes it must be seen or treated by a vet otherwise the consequences to them can be dire (can include blindness, eyes needing to be removed, popping out and exploding from infection, and many things in between to death depending on the problem).
Do not be lazy nd over look to attend a doctor... . Try to wash hands frequently.Do not share towels, linens, pillows, or handkerchiefs. Use clean linens, towels, and washcloths daily..Do not share contact lens equipment, containers, solutions or eye make-ups.Do not share eye medicine.Do not wear contact lenses until the infection is cured. Thoroughly clean your contacts before wearing them again and replace your contact lens case.wear cooling glasses for soothing effect ,it also protects your bare eyes from dust