THANK GOD FOR YOU PEOPLE!!! I posted yesterday about my baby boy having his eyes scrubbed by a vet tech, resulting in him keeping his eyes closed for two days then only slightly opening them for the last few days. In my last post I explained how the vet basically pretended nothing happened and I spent the weekend trying to get in to see any other vet available but there were none. Some wonderful people on this site suggested that what may have happened was that my baby's corneas were scratched. I FREAKED OUT and was awake all night. I decided to just show up at the only eye vet in my area when they opened their doors this morning. I was there and THANK GOD the vet, who was not even supposed to be there today, happened to show up when I was knocking on their locked door. Two wonderful vet techs (both retired military vet techs) put my baby through all the tests necessary to check his corneas. Then the doctor came in an examined him. The diagnosis? His corneas are irritated but NOT scratched!! THANK YOU GOD. So they sent me home with 3 different medicines to sooth and protect his eyes. Right now he is sleeping glued to my side, exhausted from all the examination he endured. I now have a new question for you wonderful people: Should I inform the vet whose tech hurt my baby's eyes (considering that he was very hostile) to tell him exactly the result of his tech's actions? My purpose in doing so is to maybe save some other pet parent the agony we just went through. Your opinions would be so greatly appreciated. Thank you, thank you, thank you for all your help.