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Eyes are something you should never take a wait and see attitude about. Twitching can be a sign of pain which is most commonly associated with a scratch or ulcer on the surface of the eye and are not always visible without a special stain.
The other thing, although less likely, would be related to a neurologic issue which can usually be ruled out by checking the nerves associated with the eyes. Since it has been a couple days and is still present, I would highly recommend a trip to the veterinarian so he gets appropriate treatment. Good luck!
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