Hello all, This is my first post on here. This isn't a serious medical emergency, but I've always wondered about this and I never got a straight-forward response or diagnosis from the vet (Vet: "He's just weird" [end quote]). I guess I kind of want to see what you all might think about it or if any of you know of another cat with it, because I've never seen it in another. To start, I have a cat named Capone and he is about seven-years-old. I lived near a farm and we would end up feeding a ton of runaway barn cats, and Capone stole my heart. So, we brought him in the house and he became my baby. An interesting thing he's always had are extended third eyelids. It might fluctuate from day-to-day, but it's always there. I've tried researching why this might happen, but I can't find many non-illness related causes. I read about Haws Syndrome and he does have some gastrointestinal issues on and off again, but according to my research the eyelid thing is usually temporary. I guess the biggest cause may be genetics. He was born in a barn, so I've always thought maybe inbreeding but I haven't been able to find a specific correlation between the two. It's always been an adorable character trait of his, in my opinion, and anyone who sees him for the first time asks me about his eyes. So, what are your takes on it? And have you seen this in another cat? Thanks in advance!