When using Boric Acid to clean a cats eyes how much should I use ? I have the powdered boric acid?

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Anonymous

27 Oct 2009

Never use Boric Acid to clean your cats eyes, you'll risk blinding them and it's poisonous to their systems. Please contact a vet for advice. It you are unable to get your cat to a vet or cannot afford treatment, try contacting a local animal shelter for advice. Best of luck to you and your kitty.

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