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in the right ear of my cat suddenly appeared three red spots, my cat is ten years old, what you thin

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Im planning on taking her to the vet, but I would like to know what this might be.

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  • Joy WaltersJoy Walters Member Posts: 9,276
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    Happy to hear you are planning to take her to the vet. Because we are not vets here and cannot diagnose or suggest treatment for a kitty over the computer. It might be ear mites or even flea bites. If she is scratching a lot, this will make it worse. Chances are your vet will give you some salve or even drops for her. If she has fleas, they might tell you to use Frontline or Advantage on her. The vet is the best place for her to go to make sure she gets the right diagnoses. Hope she gets all cleared up soon!
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