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Feline Herpes can be mistaken for allergies because of the similar symptoms. In cats, this will usually show as ocular discharge from one eye that is brownish and is a result of stress. There is a test called PCR that your vet can run to determine if this is the case. If this is Feline Herpes, this is treated with anti virals as a topical application to the affected eye. Allergies are usually treated with a triple antibiotic that has a steroid in it to resolve these symptoms.
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