Aloha! You're speaking to Dr. Michael Salkin
A persistingly mydriatic (widely open) pupil and epiphora (excessive tear) concomitant with clouding in the pupil (cataract, usually) is consistent with glaucoma and secondary uveitis (inflammation of the iris and its attachments). This presentation should be addressed by an on-call/ER vet at your earliest convenience. While not curable, glaucoma can be conservatively managed - at least initially - and sight can be preserved. Examination of Rory's eye must include testing of his intraocular pressure and an opthalmoscopic exam of Rory's fundus (the back of the eye) performed if possible in order to clarify the underlying etiology. I'm sorry that your question wasn't answered in a timely manner. It came in late at night here when few vets are available. Please respond with further questions or concerns if you wish.