You are indeed seeing Evan snoozing in a sea of blankets on the couch. Relaxation doesn't always last long at our house, though. A certain little sister of Evan's showed up during the nap you see him taking above. That little sister stirred up the storm that broke Evan's calm. If you're hoping to see the storm that shattered Evan's calm, you'll have to wait until tomorrow. To be continued.
Evan and all of us here hope you have a magnificent Monday!
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Also related to ear health is allergies. Airborne allergies can lead to itchy ears, just as can food allergies. Ear infections can result from such allergies, or from other potential causes. No matter the reason, always be sure to keep an eye on those ears. Does your kitty hold one or both ears down? Does he or she scratch at them? Are there scabs or hair loss around the ears? Are the ears warm to the touch? Do they have a strange odor to them? Ear infections, or other issues of the ear, can of course manifest in a variety of ways. So, if you have any concerns, do discuss the topic with a veterinarian. If there is an infection, antibiotics for the affected ear or ears will be necessary to treat the infection. Infections in the ear can lead to permanent damage if left untreated, so though it may seem like a small concern, that's not necessarily the case.
The ears are just one of the many parts of your kitty that can affect their overall health and happiness. So, keep an eye on those ears!