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This is definitely concerning. It sounds like this may be a case of pyogranulomatous blepharitis. This is a condition that can initially appear like an allergic reaction or bee sting, but then the inflammation worsens. It can be a sudden auto-immune condition that requires oral antibiotics and steroids. Do you have a veterinary opthalmologist in your area? I suggest taking him to a eye specialist at this point.
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