A really rare leopard has had a well risky operation to stop him going blind.
Jessei is nine and is an Amur leopard. He had to have it done to get rid of things called cataracts from both eyes.
Cataracts are little bits that you get on the eye lens. They make things look cloudy.
When they get worse you can go blind, but they can be taken off with an easy operation.
Humans and animals get cataracts and this is the first time this stuff has been done on a massive cat.
If he'd missed out then Jessei might've been put down!
Jessei will go back home to Cotswold Wildlife Park that's in Burford, Oxfordshire where clever guys'll look after him.
He's a very rare animal. There's only 60 Amur leopards left in zoos.
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