My little month old bottle baby came down with a red cloudy eye, waited it out a few days he acted completely normal his usual cute and happy self. His eye got a lot worse though, to the point that it no longer even looked like an eye... it was terrible. Took him to the vet (he loves riding in the car, lol). Dyed it, couldn't find any ulcers or signs of trauma. So we went to digging in manuals (my vet is WONDERFUL, btw). Well, we came across Uveitis which is pretty common in horses. She gave me neomycin/polymyxin b sulfates/ dexamethasone(steriod) drops that she uses with her horse patients. In just a day it has gotten so much better, but he will likely always be blind. From what I understand uvietis patients may be able to see light and shadows though. The other thing is he may have flare ups of this the rest of his life. Thank goodnes his other eye is perfect. Have you guys ever dealt with uveitis or a goat blind in one eye? He can't see anything on that side bless his heart. *sighs* that's going to make it hard to find him a home now that he is a special needs goatie. I think this is God's way of saying he needs to stay with me. :wink: I'm to attached.