Does Your Cat Suffer From Cat Ear Infections??

Kitten and cat ear infections are usually inherited from the cat birth mother.  Ear mites are extremely contagious and travel from one cat to another.

Once you've determined that your kitty has an ear infection, your next stop should be to your vet.  Your first step is to clean out your cat's ears and remove the buildup. The best way to do this is by very gently flushing the ear with a solution of tepid water and mild dish soap, then rinsing. Since there is a risk of damaging your cat's ear drum or pushing mites further into the ear canal, you may want to have your veterinarian do the flushing.

Once the cat ear mite residue mess is out of your cat's ears, your next step is to apply a medication to keep the mites from returning.  Traditional over-the-counter medications include pyrethrins.  This is a fairly harsh compound and it may actually inflame the ear canal causing more damage.  You can opt for a gentle, natural treatment of oils and herbs.  

When your dealing with cat ear infections, its as important to help the ear canal heal as it is to keep the cause of the infection from revisiting.  Learn more about using natural remedies to prevent or treat cat ear infections.  Here are reviews of two proven natural products for your own analysis.  Decide what works out best for you and your cat:

     

 

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