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Ear problems in your cat Owner Factsheet

Ear disease, sometimes called 'canker', is not uncommon in cats. Some cats seem to have regular bouts of ear disease and this can be irritating for cat and owner alike. Most ear disease in cats is caused by a small parasite and this can be resolved by a course of ear drops or a simple 'spot-on' treatment from your vet.

Why does a cat get ear disease?

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How do I know that my cat has ear disease?

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Why can't my vet just prescribe some treatment over the phone?

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How is ear disease treated?

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I already have some ear drops - can I use those?

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What happens if I don't get treatment for my cat?

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Why does my cat keep getting ear problems?

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How can I stop my cat getting ear disease?

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Conclusion

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