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Old 07-18-2009, 06:43 PM
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This is a continuation of my last thread:
My cat's ears have been really, really itchy lately. It started about two months ago and they still itch. He hasn't had any issues with fleas and ticks and his ears look chrystal clean when you look in them. He doesn't scratch them but when you do, you can tell that they were itching.
It is probably nothing. I just kind of wonder what it could be.
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Old 07-19-2009, 07:56 AM
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Are the ears red? Does he cry when scratching? Can you tell if he has earmites? Are the edges of the ears start to look ragged?
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Old 07-19-2009, 10:58 AM
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no but his ears look really white (if that has anything to do with it) He doesn't cry though. I actually haven't seen ear mites before because none of out pets have had them. His ears don't look ragged yet. It probably nothing to get excited about- but I worry about everything!
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I think it's ok if you are concerned about something and then do the research to find out if it's warranted or if you can forget about it. At least you made sure. You never know if it's something serious. You are doing just fine .

Now can you take a picture of his ears and post those? Just to make sure? But I also don't think it's anything to worry about .
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okay thank you
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