The feline corneal sequestrum represents a localized region of corneal necrosis and associated inflammation. Clinically, corneal sequestrums appear as tan to brown region of corneal discoloration. Lesions may vary significantly in both size & depth and may or may not be associated with concurrent ulceration. The condition may be unilateral or bilateral. The treatment of choice for corneal sequsetrums is excision via surgical keratectomy, facilitated by operating microscopy.