Photoshop: Strange Little Bulls-Eye I Can't Get to Turn Off

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Hi. I'm using Photoshop CS5 and my kitten sat on my tablet and turned on a little bulls-eye with a 1 next to it on my image. It seems to be focused on a specific spot; when I zoom in, the bull's eye gets smaller. I think it might be focused on a pixel. Whatever the case, I can't turn it off, and it's in the way; it's rather annoying. I tried closing the image and coming back but it's still there. How can I turn it off? Thank you.
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It sounds like your cat put down a Color Sampler. To remove them, go to the Color Sampler tool (same tool slot at the Eyedropper tool). Select the Color Sampler tool and choose "Clear All" from the options bar at the top.