While it is possible for humans to become infected with ear mites, it is highly unlikely, as most humans are immune to ear mites, according to the ASPCA. Ear mites are eight-legged parasites that feed on the oils and wax... More »

Dogs typically contract ear mites through contact with other infected animals. Ear mites are also common in outdoor cats, who in turn may pass them on to dogs in the household. Ear mites are miniscule parasites that feed... More »

According to ASPCA, casual contact with infected animals can give a cat ear mites, as this parasite is highly contagious. WebMD adds that ear mites are often passed from mother cats to their kittens while the young anima... More »

The most effective way to treat ear mites in cats is to apply medication prescribed by a veterinarian directly into the cat's ears, according to the ASPCA. Veterinarians can prescribe a variety of medications that work e... More »

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The most common cause of black debris in a cat's ears is ear mites, according to the ASPCA. Ear mites leave a debris that resembles coffee grounds and can be seen where ever the cat rests or scratches. More »

Morning glories are poisonous to humans, according to HGTV, and to cats and dogs, according to the ASPCA. The sap contains Indole alkaloids, which are toxic to pets and can make humans very sick. More »

The ASPCA (American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) lists the Siberian husky, a gentle breed that enjoys the company of people, as a dog good with children. Because huskies exhibit an agreeable and outgoing... More »

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