How Do I Treat Cat Ear Mites?
ECOEARS FOR CATS
Q: How do I know if my cat has ear mites? And if the symptoms match, how do I treat his ears?
A: Ear mites in cats are usually marked by red and itchy ears, along with a bad smell and dirty, or gunky-looking, waxy discharge. Whether your cat has ear mites or just about any other type of cat ear infection, EcoEars for Cats works on all of them and is the single product you need for treatment.
Q: What are Ear Mites and how did my cat get them?
A: Cat Ear Mites are tiny insects that climb into the ear and live in the ear wall, sucking blood. They can be picked up from other infected animals, so if you have other cats or dogs, check them as well for signs of ear mites.
If a bad smell emanating from your cat’s ears is what tipped you off to a problem, like it does for many pet owners, you may have noted a stale, “ripe” smell which can be quite unpleasant. You might have also noticed other symptoms in your cat–such as the aforementioned filthy ears and waxy discharge, or constant ear itching and scratching, along with your cat shaking or pawing his head.
Q: Symptoms of cat ear mites sound like they could be similar to other infections. How do I know for certain if my cat really has ear mites or maybe has something else?
A: The short answer is you can’t know for sure unless you do extensive testing. Frequently, when treatment is prescribed for ear mites, there’s a secondary infection which goes undiagnosed. EcoEars is a natural broad spectrum disinfectant that works with a wide variety of ear problems. This means you don’t have to know exactly the precise cause of your cat’s ear infection to cure it.
Another thing to know is that most prescription drugs only treat a specific infection (for instance, gram positive bacteria, a particular fungus or type of yeast). You might need lab tests to identify each one, and a prescription for each. But the natural formula of EcoEars allows you to avoid wasting time and shelling out for expensive and unnecessary lab testing, so you can treat your cat in the comfort of your own home. Your cat’s ear problems could be gone even before you get lab results back!
Q: What about the cost to treat my cat’s ear infections? Are there any guarantees?
Conventional cat ear mite treatment can easily run $150 or more, depending on which tests and procedures are performed, and which medications prescribed. EcoEars for Cats costs a lot less; it’s than $21, including delivery right to your door. In addition, EcoEars includes a 100% money-back guarantee. (You’ll never see a money-back guarantee from your vet, and many pet owners report that they experienced multiple vet visits for a single ear infection before they discovered EcoEars.)
EcoEars is a safe and effective. Its all-natural formula quickly and gently treats cat ear mites and a wide scope of other infections. It’s also simple to use.
EcoEars has successfully treated thousands of cats whose owners reported ear mites, yeast infections, and a wide range of bacterial infections. Formulated with a broad spectrum of powerful natural ingredients–with each one targeting specific infections–we have created EcoEars to eliminate the vast majority of cat ear infections.
Not only does EcoEars kill parasites and the bacteria they produce, EcoEars also lowers the pH in your cat’s ear slightly, which means your cat’s ears will be less susceptible to recurring infections.
When you start EcoEars for Cats, you’ll notice the symptoms begin to improve in 1-2 days. They will be gone in a few days. (You should always continue treatment for a full 10 days.) Are you still wondering, will this work? We are sure it will. But if you find EcoEars does not cure your cat’s ear mites, all Vet Organics products include a 100% money-back guarantee. No questions asked.
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- How to Treat Ear Mites in Cats, from Animal Planet
- Ear Mites: Tiny Critters that Can Pose a Major Threat, by Cornell Feline Health Center
- Ear Mites in Cats, by Blue Cross for Pets
- Understanding Ear Mites in Cats, by Medic Animal