This question will have a similar answer to the one from the dog owner who inquired about 1 pupil being different from the other. Either there is a problem within the affected eye of your cat or there is some kind of problem along the optic nerve where it comes from the base of the brain. You should have your cat examined, preferably by a veterinary ophthalmologist, if one is available in your location.
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