Medication for humans are frequently unsafe for cats. Aspirin, for example, is really bad. It sounds as if your cat has an eye infection. Visine is not for infections.
If you can scrape the money together, see a vet and get a cat prescription. If not, it's safer to let the infection go away on its own. Don't let a husband or partner "fix" the problem for you either. Only a vet can prescribe a safe medication.
The cat, looking infected is far better than the cat being dead.
The yellow and green puss means there is an infection - at best Visine is useless, at worst it can make things much worse. You shouldn't even use Visine for these symptoms on a human - it wouldn't help!
If you are having financial difficulties and have trouble paying for vet bills, take a look at CareCredit. This works like a credit card - they pay the vet then you can pay the bill off over time.
When I was a kid and my cat had an eye infection, my mom made up a warm-water solution that she put a little bit (note, little bit) of POWDERED boric acid into, and with a small clean cloth gently wiped the edges of the cat's eyes. BUT, cats (and humans) don't like their eyes messed with. Rather than blind your cat, please call a vet.
Puss is probably caused because of conjunctivitis, which defined is an inflammation of the conjunctiva (pink part of the eye), or it could be cause by a scratch or such! In any case, depending on where you live, you can buy eye drops that treat pink eye in children (pink eye=conjunctivitis) This should be around the visine and contact solution. This should help and also contains antibiotics that will help if the eye is infected from a scratch.
I really do wonder if you EVER read prior posts before posting. One, OP was already been told several times to not use Visine and to consult a vet. Agreeing with someone once to hit the point home is one thing, but I think the point's already been made, and you've added nothing else at all.
Second, you obviously completely ignored my post noting the fact that the thread is 2 years old.
I always read the full post, and I had. But I noticed even though they posted on someone's else thread, I still wanted to input that they need to consult their vet, because of the severity of their cat having visine in his eye. I did see one person say to go to the vet, and I wanted to add it by agreeing.
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