Save Your Pet’s Sight with Inexpensive Eye Drops

by Yohanan Burket

Sanneke from New Zealand

Sanneke from New Zealand

Many a beloved pet has quietly gone blind in their later years, falling off patios and walking into branches laying around the yard. Sometimes they cannot even discern their owners, save for their sense of smell and hearing. It is a sad affair, yet few can afford to spend $4,000 for eye surgery for each eye! Further, if the pet is very old, the benefit is cancelled if the pet dies shortly thereafter, which is likely.

Even purchasing special eye drops for cataracts can be quite expensive: approximately $800 is needed to correct vision in both eyes  for a competitor’s product. This manufacturer also notes that three months may be needed to see results with their drops.

Eye drops for cataracts!

Eye drops for cataracts!

The good news is that there is a new type of eye drops that are stronger than the conventional ones on the market and cost much less. For these special cataract drops known as Cataract Terminator, made by Out of the Box Remedies, substantial eyesight improvement can be had for both eyes for less than $45, which includes shipping anywhere in the world. The improvement can be substantial in less than 2 weeks, as evidenced by human investigators – see below.

The stronger, 2% Cataract Terminator drops were originally tested on dogs by researchers in Russia with success. Except for Cataract Terminator, the only ones offered to the public (for people and pets) are only 1% strength. To complicate matters, glycerine is added to the standard offerings, which only impedes the recovery time. The Cataract Terminator drops are simply high purity N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine powder dissolved in distilled water with a small amount of colloidal silver for sterility and a one-year shelf life. The amino acid N-Acetyl-L-Carnosine has full access to the pores in the eye lens, unimpeded by glycerin and other added compounds such as Benzyl Alcohol found in competitor’s drops. This is one of the reasons why Cataract Terminator outperforms its competition. The other reason is that it offers twice the concentration of the other offerings.

What Customers Say About Cataract Terminator

Cataract Terminator

Here is an unedited comment on the 2% Cataract Terminator from a user in Georgia, USA:

“Ive been told I am legally blind. In one day of taking the eye drops my vision began to improve. Im my eye with the least vision I began taking the drops every hour for 3 hours. I compared my vision with my other eye and their was a big differance. I began seeing colors more clearly. My other eye had a yellow tent in my vision.

For a day I took the drops every hour. By the end of the day my eye lids were full of crusty matter and my vision was blury just as u said it would be. Within two days it cleared and my vision got much better. I now take the drops every 3 hr and Im still getting some matter from my eyes which is good because its clearing away the cloudy film of the cataracts. My vision has improved almost 50% in less then 2 weeks. I am having no problem with the 2%. I thank you very much for your product. I will keep you up dated. Thank you, Shelia

Three and one half months later, Shelia, who was previously declared legally blind, had this to say about Cataract Terminator:

“Dear Mr Burket,

I have awesome news. I had my 3 month doc app today and they have taken me off insulin and put me on Glipiside. My doc says Im doing so well I maybe off meds completely soon. But, the best news is they examined my eyes and they said my eyes are clear. They cant see my cataracts anymore. All I have is blurred double vision. The Cataract terminator drops have been helping that too. Thank u”

What Do Pets “Say” About Cataract Terminator?

The dog pictured above is named Sanneke, and she lives in New Zealand. She is over 13 years old and had serious vision issues. I’ll let Sanneke’s owner relate below:

“On the eye drop front I’ve almost used up the bottle you sent and I’m sure we’re seeing some improvement in our little dogs (Sanneke) eyesight. After a night of strong winds our driveway was littered with bits of branches so I took particular care to observe Sanneke as she took her morning walk with us down the drive. She avoided virtually all the branches which I’m sure she wouldn’t have managed a couple of months ago.”

“You will see she is sitting on the edge of our deck [the customer’s dog]. In recent months she’s be unable to get off it like she once did (apart from falling of a couple of times) and has grown quite wary of it. In the last week or so she’s really regained her confidence as she can now see the edge and the two steps below so we all owe you a great vote of thanks.” Roger, customer, New Zealand

A full-grown female Maine coon, with a catarac...

A full-grown female Maine coon, with a cataract in her left eye. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

What kinds of pets can use the Cataract Terminator eye drops? Well, certainly cats and dogs benefit. It is likely the drops would work on all the animals found in a zoo, although some would probably need to be sedated first (such as a frisky tiger).


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About Yohanan

I am an avid health enthusiast who experiments with different herbs, amino acids, minerals, and vitamins to address health issues. Over the past 17 years, I have successfully solved a number of health problems using the natural approach and by adhering to a healthy diet and exercise. At 70, I am healthy, strong, and virile.
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10 Responses to Save Your Pet’s Sight with Inexpensive Eye Drops

  1. I’ll keep this in mind for when my pups get older (they’re teenagers still). Thank you

  2. Susan Yeow says:

    Hi, Please advise how to use this eye drops on my (small, about 6kg) dog? He’s eyes are slightly cloudy now that he’s 14 years old. Thank you!

  3. bowiesilky says:

    Hi, please advise how to use this eye drops on my small, 6kg dog? He’s 14 yrs old now and eyes are slightly cloudy. Thank you!

  4. I need it how can I get it, I,m in Nigeria

    • Yohanan says:

      For customers in Nigeria, I suggest making a payment for the products you need at a local Western Union office. Payments are made to myself, John Burket in Modiin, Israel. After you make payment at the Western Union office in your currency, a transaction number is assigned along with a special code number. Western Union assigns a transaction number, and you make up a special code number, then send both to me via email at Your products will then be sent immediately to your address, which you also supply in the email to me.

  5. Gail says:

    I have a little tiny toy poodle who has cartaracts in his eyes due to diabetes. He is only 9 years old and loves to play, but cant see. I have been using Can C for the last month and a half and his cataracts are getting worst. now he has probems in both eyes. Can your medication help? is it Better, and how long does it take for your medication to work. Or for me to notice a difference

    • Yohanan says:

      Hello Gail, I have heard back from some CAN-C product did not work, and wanted to try the Cataract Terminator, which did work. The reason is fairly simple — the Cataract Terminator is twice as strong as the CAN-C, and does not contain as many ingredients in it that impede the action of the active ingredient, namely N-acetyl-L-carnosine. CAN-C needs six months or a year to work, and you would likely not see any results for the first three months. The Cataract Terminator is also much less expensive than competitors’ drops, costing only US$57/30ml versus US$117/30ml for CAN-C. Keep in mind that the Cataract Terminator is also twice as concentrated, making it much cheaper overall.

  6. Midge says:

    I am interested in this for my malamute/shepherd dog. He’s 11 and one eye is cloudy and I notice some tearing in the other one. I was wondering #1 how would I administer this (frequency & dosage) and #2 will it sting or burn his eye? He’s a rescue and I’m afraid I’ll get one shot at trying this and he will not come willingly if he knows I’m going to do something that will cause him pain. Thank you in advance for your response.

    • Yohanan says:

      The standard Cataract Terminator (or Cataract Terminator Spray) is best for your dog, and it does not burn. Rather, the amino acid goes into the eye and carries it out of the lenses, causing more goo to come out than usual. Eventually, all the cataract is removed this way. Application is preferably every 3 hours maximum, twice daily minimum.

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