Your Cat's Ears

Your cat’s ears are well designed to perform the duties needed for a top predator even if your cat’s prey is you or a squeaky toy. Your cat can hear thousands of times better than humans so she is aware of even the slightest sound across a great distance. The shape and placement of the ears on top of her head helps your cat gather sound well. Your cat can turn each ear separately about 180 degrees so nothing is hidden from her. And since the ears can be used separately your cat can determine the direction and distance of whatever she hears. Keep your cat’s ears clean. Check your cat’s ears for signs of cuts, scratches or infection such as redness, swelling, discharge or a bad odor. These conditions may need medical attention. For more information, contact your Greensboro, NC veterinarian. Or click this website.

Your Cats Ears

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