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Is it really necessary to clean a cat’s ears?

Compared to that of dogs, cats’ ears are equipped with a better self-cleaning system. This means there are no real recommendations as to the optimal cleaning frequency of your companion’s ears. Most often, with cats, dirt is concentrated in the auricle.

However, if dirt is visible and seems to be bothering your companion (if it is scratching its ear or holding it differently), it is important to search for the root cause and consult your veterinarian. It could, for instance, be ear mites.

Finally, it is always good to get your cat used to being handled in different ways from a very young age.



That you ask yourself about your companion

How and what should I use to take care of my cat’s ears?

How to choose an ear wash?

When should I see my veterinarian?

The ear structure

MP LABO recommends

The following products


Ear cleansing milk



Ear wash




Ceruminolytic ear cleanser for dogs and cats


Patented ear solution for cats and dogs