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Re: maybe it's just the picture but...

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Posted by Hilbert on February 25, 2003 at 11:35:09:

In Reply to: maybe it's just the picture but... posted by gila7150 on February 24, 2003 at 22:21:11:

Yeah, he might have had a retained eyecap. He hasn't shed since I got him in early January, and I don't really know what a retained eyecap looks like, but his left eye looked slightly cloudy. But a few days after the picture was taken, whatever it was wasn't there anymore and that eye now looks perfectly normal, just like his right eye. But rest assured, he is still just as ornery! I keep him on CareFresh, maybe this has something to do with it - I don't know. He seems to enjoy it though, burrowing all around.

:Maybe it's just the picture but it looks as though he may have a retained eye cap on the left eye. The picture could be deceiving but if he does have a retained eye cap, his poor vision could affect his disposition.
: Chris

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