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This is definitely something that you should have Sox evaluated for. it is possible that he may be experiencing a partial or detached retina as a cause of his eye and vision changes. Hypertension is a very common cause of detached retinas in cats and if identified and treated can lead to reattachment. Of course there are other causes of vision loss in cats, but this is one of the more common and possibly treatable ones.
I would urge you to make an appointment for an eye exam for him as soon as possible.
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Great. Keep me posted as to how things progress.