What causes ringing of ears in cats and what natural remedy is there for treatment of the cause?
shaking of the head...checked ears no mites
quites down when next to a ticking clock or a portable fan when on or even next to the refridge motor
Please advise me to what can be done to help my cat!
Hi Tina, a kitty shaking his head doesn't mean he's got tinnitus. The only way you would know he's got ringing in the ears is if he tells you himself. With that said, kitty shaking his head could mean that there's an infection going on or maybe something is in the ear that you didn't notice.
You should take your kitty to the vet to get a correct diagnosis of his ear problem. I wouldn't just do some home remedy w/out knowing what is wrong....that could be dangerous.
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