Removing Ear Wax From Cats
Cats that are healthy will normally have clean ears. Their ears will be pink colored inside and odor free.
But a cat will troublesome ear problems might have wax buildup (a brownish to black-tar looking substance) inside the canal and on the inner flap.
They might also have lost hair and wounds around the head, neck and shoulders from scratching to get relief from the buildup. Another sign is very red ears, odor or a dark discharge.
Ear wax buildup in a cat might be caused by either an ear infection (caused by fungus) or from ear mites.
You can treat minor cases of ear wax buildup and ear mites using the recommended items below the video. Watch the video for more information on…
Removing Ear Wax From Cats – Safely
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