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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Ear mites are treated with prescription medications applied directly in the ear or on the surrounding skin, according to WebMD. Some veterinarians also prescribe medicated ear drops or antibiotic ear drops if an infectio... More »

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Symptoms of ear mites in cats include head shaking, hair loss, dermatitis, brown or black discharge and too much scratching of the ears, according to WebMD. Other symptoms include ear inflammation, pungent odor, scratche... More »

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To treat a cat’s ear mites, get rid of any dark debris from the animal’s ears and use a topical insecticide to eliminate remaining mites, suggests HowStuffWorks. It's important to treat all animals in a home to prevent r... More »

Symptoms of ear mites in cats include head shaking, hair loss, dermatitis, brown or black discharge and too much scratching of the ears, according to WebMD. Other symptoms include ear inflammation, pungent odor, scratche... More »

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There are several tranquilizers available with a prescription from a veterinarian to help relieve stress and anxiety in cats, including Valium and Promace. Tranquilizers can have negative side effects, such as impairing ... More »

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 »