Matthew Everett Miller is a Kentucky native, veterinarian, and writer whose fiction and journalism have appeared in Slate magazine, the Louisville Review, Mother Jones, PRISM Review, and elsewhere.
Dr. Miller currently practices at a small animal clinic in Manhattan but plans to return to school soon to specialize in pathology.
His ongoing research includes investigations into glaucoma in horses and the use of medical marijuana in dogs.
His favorite animal is the pig.
Go to the emergency vet if you notice that one of your cat’s pupils is wider than the other. What Is Anisocoria in Cats?Anisocoria in cats is defined as a significant difference in the pupil size of each eye. The function of pupils is to control the amount of light entering the eye. A cat’s pupils do this by getting wider or narrower in response to changes in the brightness...