Terence, the "white jelly-like substance" consists mainly of mucus which is either secreted excessively secondary to an infectious, allergic, or irritant conjunctivitis or, less commonly, accumulates due to a blockage in the lacrimal system preventing normal drainage of the tears and mucus out of the eye. If Pinko is otherwise normal - you're not seeing blepherospasm ("squinting") or erythema (redness) in that eye, you can simply wash the mucus away with saline, artificial tears, or even tap water impregnated into a cotton ball. If it continues to reform after a few days it would be prudent to have Pinko's vet take a look at the eye. A thorough ophthalmologic exam including staining of Pinko's cornea looking for indications of trauma and checking his intraocular pressure should be performed.
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