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Cat ears can be cute, but they can also attract everything from ear mites and bacteria to any number of foreign bodies that can be harmful to ear health. Conditions such as allergies, tumors, hormonal abnormalities, hereditary or immune conditions, and trauma can also affect cat ears. Dealing with cat ear problems is easy if you understand the symptoms of the most common conditions. Scratching, odor, discharge in the ears, pain around the ears, shaking the head or tilting, and scratching and rubbing the ears and head are just a few symptoms of common cat ear problems. Fortunately, a wide range of treatment options and prevention measures are available. Continue reading to learn more about cat ears, conditions, prevention, and treatment methods.
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