This paper deveplops a computational model for calculating the temperature increase in a rabbit eye for microwave exposures. A rabbit phantom is comprised of 12 tissues (including 7 eye tissues) with the resolution of 1 mm. Thermal constants of the rabbit are derived by comparing measured and calculated temperatures. For intense microwave exposed to the rabbit eye, time course of calculated and measured temperatures is in good agreement. In particular, our attention is paid to the effect of anesthesia on the temperature increases in the eye. Comparison between measured and computed results suggests the reduction of blood flow around the eye due to the application of anesthesia, leading to enhanced temperature increase.