Ursula came in to rescue from a shelter as a stray with eye issues. I’ve included the photos of her when she first came in to rescue so you can see what a beautiful girl she is. I’ve also sent the photo taken the day before the surgery to see the size difference of the eyes. Both eyes had no tear production, resulting in “dry eye”. Since they had not been treated for a long time before coming in to rescue, both eyes had been damaged. The right eye was permanently damaged and hopefully, we can reverse the left eye. She was diagnosed with Glaucoma in the right eye in September. In October she was put on 2 glaucoma medications to hopefully reduce the pressure in the right eye. The left eye does not have glaucoma. On November 17, she had another recheck and the pressure had risen in her right eye dramatically. The eye specialist said it was very painful and that medications were not working. It was recommended that she have the right eye removed to make her more comfortable. The doctor did see an improvement in her left eye with the multiple medications she is receiving in that eye. Currently we don’t know if they can be decreased or this is a lifetime situation to keep her comfortable.