As a pet cat owner, you must have found that your favorite cat’s ears have quite a lot of earwax.
Ear wax in any type of cat can be called wax or ear wax, which is normal because it protects the cat’s ears so that foreign objects do not enter the deeper ears. However, when earwax is overproduced and causes a bad odor or unpleasant odor then it becomes a problem.
The smell of earwax is accompanied by a buildup of earwax, it is also accompanied by itching of the ears. Smelly earwax indicates inflammation of the ear or otitis disease.
Internal otitis is a term for inflammation of the inner ear, otitis esterna for inflammation of the outer ear. Otitis that occurs in the inner ear is usually severe and fatal, resulting in permanent loss of hearing ability. The cause of otitis can be due to many things. Among them are ear mites, fungi, cancer, allergies, injuries, and immune disorders in cats.
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