Ear mites can cause cat’s ears to inflame, and mostly infest kittens that are in distress or living close to other cats. The adults develop ear mite immunity however those cats that are infested with larger ear mite numbers can still infest them. This may also affect dogs.
These are smaller compared to ticks. It consumes wax, skin flakes, and other substances found in the cat’s ears, which can cause damages permanently.
Here are the symptoms that you can observe when you suspect that ear mites infect your cat:
Your cat shakes his head
Your cat holds his ear and head at strange …