A Better Solution Than Cat Antibiotics
How to Take Action on Your Cat Ear Infection
Not only are antibiotics unnecessary for most common ear infections in cats, in many cases they do not even work or they work temporarily at best. Think about it. You are giving your cat a systemic treatment—one that circulates in his blood. The problem is that most ear infections line the surfaces of the ear canal, where there is little direct exposure to the blood. For years, our customers (and our staff) have gone through multiple cycles of vet prescribed antibiotics on our cats, with little or no relief.
One reason for this overuse of antibiotics in our selves and our pets is that we expect them or even demand them from our vets and doctors. This overuse of antibiotics in cats results in bacteria and other parasites becoming immune to antibiotics.
Basically, when your cat has an ear infection, you have two choices:
1. Take your cat to the vet for professional treatment (which almost always involves antibiotics); or
2. Treat her yourself at home easily and inexpensively.
Option 1 requires office visits, lab testing, and and getting your cat to swallow an oral antibiotic and comply with treatment from a chemical solvent, insecticide, or cleaner. But if you choose option 2, you avoid all of that and get an all natural liquid solution which is effective on the vast majority of cat ear infections–with no antibiotics necessary.
We formulated EcoEars with a broad range of powerful natural ingredients–which were chosen to target all of the most common cat ear infections–and the resulting product is effective all kinds of infections including ear mites, yeast infections, and a wide range of bacterial infections. In addition to killing parasites and bacteria, EcoEars lowers the pH in your cat’s ear slightly which makes the ear environment far less susceptible to recurring infections, and more importantly, it renders cat antibiotics unnecessary.
When you use EcoEars, you’ll notice the symptoms begin to improve in 1-2 days and be gone in a few days. (You should always continue treatment for a full 10 days.) Will it work? It is extremely likely. If it doesn’t, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee.
Michelle is a writer and ghostwriter, specializing in wellness, sustainability, and global social change. She is particularly fond of serving ethical organizations who contribute to a better life for people and animals through humane and environmentally responsible missions. At Vet Organics, Michelle uses her time as a vet tech, her academic studies in animal science and behavior, and nearly a decade working on a ranch teaching animal husbandry to write on a variety of cat and canine health topics. When she isn't writing, Michelle can be found hiking in the mountains of Colorado with her dogs or snuggled up with a good book and her cats.