Cloudy eyes can occur as an opaque film that forms on the lenses of one or both eyes of a rabbit. Depending on the cause, the contrast and sharpness may decrease as the cloudy eyes progress, affecting overall vision. Veterinary invoices can sneak up on you.
Can you see the rabbit clearly?
Rabbits have unusually large eyes protruding high on the side of their heads, with a field of view of almost 360 degrees, and they can see well overhead. This allows him to see the danger coming from almost all directions without moving his head.
What is the bunny's eyesight?
Most of their eyesight is monocular (using only one eye), but rabbits have straight binocular vision. They best recognize patterns and objects in front of them. They see color, but they have red-green color blindness. Rabbits' eyesight is not as sharp as human eyesight, but they can be seen well in dark places.
Why are the rabbit's eyes cloudy?
Occurs for a variety of reasons, but is usually associated with a bacterial infection (encephalitozoon cuniculi). Other causes include malnutrition and elevated blood glucose levels. Cataracts can also develop spontaneously without any known cause. 2008
How can I tell if a rabbit has vision problems?
If the rabbit is surprised by hitting an object or approaching a sound or object on a regular basis, the rabbit may be blind or partially visible. They may also move slowly and cautiously and become nervous in new places. Many visually impaired rabbits tend to stay near the wall when exploring.