Does anyone else have a cat with Nystagmus? I'd love to ask you about your cat's journey. My civvie cat, Tristan has nystagmus. He's had an eye shake all his life. It happens when he gets excited or tries to focus intently. It doesn't affect his balance or really in any physical way. I have a video of Tristan's Nystagmus active if you are curious: https://www.facebook.com/alphacatontop/videos/1372781969503691/ I am concerned about his Nystagmus now (he's 8, and had it all his life) because one of the babies (they are full grown at 5 years old now) seems to attack Tristan due to his eyes not being able to focus. This has gone on since Bandit has been full grown, but I've spent the time doing everything I can to get them to get along. Funny enough, they do get along. They can even share meals... as long as Tristan isn't looking at Bandit. So I thought, if it's something simple, get Tristan's eyes to stop shaking and maybe the attacks stop. Except, we just came back from the vet and his physical and his Senior Blood panel came back great. So there isn't a simple answer. And this is one of my crystals boys, so moving forward for Nystagmus treatment may cause a greater stress than it's worth, since the eye shake doesn't affect him. The vet recommended we try both boys on fluoxetine hydrochloride (kitty Prozac) to see if that will help both boys keep calm around each other. She does not expect it to stop the eye shake. So I'd like to hear other cat mom stories of Nystagmus and how it affected your babies and how it was treated.