OH NO!! I will call vet first thing in the morning. thank you for your helpOh dear! This is not normal at all. There is definitely cause for concern here. Kittens eyes should be open by 2 weeks. No sign of infection does not mean there is not infection behind the eye. Eyes not treated may mean blindness in cats.
First, make an appointment with a vet ASAP. In the meantime, begin bathing their eyes with a warm, damp wet washcloth multiple times a day to loosen any crust or built up pus behind the eye to try to get the eyes open. Since their eyes did not open on time, you must assume that they have infections and are glued shut. You’ll need Terramycin antibiotic eye ointment applied multiple times a day to treat their eyes. A vet will help. Their eyes must open now or they may be damaged beyond repair.
Did you notice eye discharge early on? That is usually a symptom that indicates eyes need treating. If not, eyes still need treating ASAP by a vet.
They need eye antibiotics right away to prevent future blindness.
Thank you for asking. This is critical.
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