CherokeeRuby, I checked here and found no marks of any kind. She is swelled from bottom eyelid to half way down side of her face to the point that it looks like the skin may burst. Thanks for your replys. Stewart
How about a wasp or bee sting? I've had a couple of those the past few months. Generally they will go down in a day or two, but it sounds like she was bitten in a very sensitive area. Banamine would probably help. Seems odd that you don't see any puncture marks though.
BullLady and CherokeeRuby, Thank you both for your help and concern. I checked her this evening and it seems that it has gone down some so it must not be anything bad. I think she will be alright now. Thanks again two the both of you. Stewart
i had that happen to a horse at work. I decided it was from a spider bite when the horse was eating in his stall b/c spiders like to hang out in the hay basket part of the feeder. someone else suggested that he might have gotten shavings or something in his eye and had a reaction to it. i'll will go down on its on i'm sure, if you are concerned and can open the eyelid, look in.
in a not-so-related story, an actress filming in australia or new zealand woke up one morning with her eye completely swollen shut. turns out a BIG moth had crawled under her eyelid while she slept.