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Yup - you need the bet to give you ear drops. And then you can spend a joyful week trying to get them in the cats ears
Yes, it's ear mites. Time for a trip to the vets I'm afraid...
I just noticed that My 5 month old kitten has very dirty ears, it almost looks like dry blood. He seems absolutey fine in himself. Anyone had any experience of this?
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