Cat Grooming -- Taking Care Of Areas That You Cat Can’t Reach
There’s no doubt about it, cats are extremely flexible. But the fact is, cats can’t entirely reach all areas of their bodies while self-grooming. Their ears and portions around their eyes are unreachable for their tongues while grooming.
When a cat tears up, the teardrops can accumulate and dry on the surrounding fur. This can leave a mark or a stain once it oxidizes on the fur around its eyes. The stain would not clear up on its own and can build up over time, making it uncomfortable for your cat. Dampen a cloth and use it to carefully clear up the tear stain around your cat’s eyes.
Cats can clean their ears on their own, but not all of them are capable of doing so. A clear sign that you need to intervene with ear cleaning if there is a wax buildup in either of its ear canals.
Any sign of an eye problem should be brought to the attention of your vet clinic Aurora CO.