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It sounds like you need some kitty valium or a sedative for the cat during that time.
I would first see the vet right away to see if there is a medical reason for this behavior. This can often be a response to pain.
I would also be worried that there is a kidney, liver or thyroid disease that is causing vision problems. The dilation during the day in sunlight is not normal and you will often see this with detatched or inflamed retinas. This could also be evidenced by the confusion and screaming that she does.
I suggest that you see the vet right away.
Let me know if you have more specific questions. I will help all that I can.