How To Treat A 4 Week Old Kittens Ear-mites?


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Ear mites, ear infections, and foreign bodies (grass awns, foxtails, ticks, etc) are the most common causes of discharge from the ears. Treatment varies pending diagnosis.
It would be best due to the age of this kitten to have the ear mites treated by a veterinarian. Products available at pet stores are likely not licensed for use in a kitten this young. A veterinarian should monitor and oversee off label usage of medication.

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