Haw (cat)

Haw (cat)

The haw is a part of the feline anatomy. Its other names are nictitating membrane or third eyelid. It is conspicuous when the cat is ill because the fatty absorber pads have shrunk causing the haws to move across the corneal surface. They cover half the eye under these circumstances. They return to the corner of the eye when the cat recovers.

Kitten With Button Eyes Captures The Hearts of Millions

Ferrari Collage

This is the story of a Florida cat named Ferrari who has captured the hearts of millions since his story went viral. The buttons shown sewed to little Ferrari’s eyes aren’t a form of torture or animal cruelty. Ferrari recently underwent surgery where real buttons for eyes were used to hold his third eyelid …

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