Cleaning ears in cats is a necessary hygiene measure. The skin of the inner surface of the cat’s ear releases sebum and moisture along with metabolic products. Also, dust particles are constantly entering the external part of the ear canal. To remove all these unnecessary substances in the skin of the auricle there are specific glandular formations producing sulfur. The emitted sulfur does not allow accumulated dirt to penetrate into the deeper parts of the ear. However, excess sulfur production and its accumulation are harmful to animals. Therefore, all cats need preventive hygiene measures.
General Cat Ear Care
To ensure proper care for your pet’s ears, regular inspections of the auricles are necessary in the first place. The technique is quite simple: you need to slightly bend, turn the auricle so that you can examine Continue reading
Sterilization is a rather complicated operation for a cat. Having decided on surgical intervention, the owner of the furry pet should be aware of the options for sterilization, the recovery time of the cat after anesthesia, and the features of caring for the operated animal. Useful information about the normal behavior of the cat after sterilization will help to avoid unnecessary anxiety and not to miss the dangerous signs indicating the development of complications.
Types of sterilization operations and their features
Cat sterilization is a surgical procedure to avoid painful leaks and solve the problem of reproduction. The recovery period largely depends on the type of surgical intervention: Continue reading