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Eye & Ear Care for Cats

Explore our premium range of treatments for cat eye and ear infections. Ease your cat’s discomfort with targeted treatment for eye or ear infections.

Cat eye infections

If your cat’s eyes are looking a bit red, inflamed or cloudy, there's a high chance they could be suffering a form of eye infection. Eye infections in cats are pretty common and can be caused by a number of different things. Luckily, they are easy to notice, meaning you can treat your little pal as soon as they start to experience discomfort.

Causes of cat eye infection

Conjunctivitis in cats is the most common cat eye infection. This can be caused by cat flu (feline herpesvirus), a reaction to an allergen from plants or food, fleas, or simply getting something stuck in the eye. 

Cat flu is contagious and spreadable between cats through infected discharge from the eyes or nose. If your cat is stressed or immune-compromised, they are more prone to getting sick or developing an eye infection.

How to treat a cat eye infection

There are a number of ways you can treat a cat eye infection. Eye drops for cats are the most common solution to heal your furry friend's eyes. The drops are applied directly to the eye, and help reduce inflammation. If you haven’t already got a prescription for over-the-counter eye drops for cats, it's best to seek advice from your vet to see if that’s the right treatment for you.

Cat ear infections

Unlike a cat eye infection, a cat ear infection is a little harder to notice. They can be very painful and uncomfortable for your beloved kitty, therefore keeping an eye out for any sign that may suggest a cat ear infection is vital.

How to tell if my cat has an ear infection

There are a few things you can look out for that imply a cat ear infection. This might include discharge, redness or swelling around the ear, a bad smell or excessive wax. They might be less responsive due to hearing loss, or lose their balance. Other subtle signs might include out-of-character head shaking or scratching, in an attempt to remove anything blocking their canal.

How to treat a cat ear infection

If your little furball is experiencing an ear infection, there are a few things you can do to either treat it or alleviate the pain. Ear drops for a cat ear infection are usually the most effective. They are prescribed to treat the specific infection your cat has, whether that be ear mites, a yeast or bacterial infection. Cleaning cat ears is a good way to prevent possible infection for those who get excessive wax build-up or are prone to infection. This can be done with a good-quality ear cleaner solution and some cotton balls or gauze. 

Australia’s most trusted brands for eye and ear infection treatment

Scriptly offers some of Australia’s most trusted and proven brands for treating eye and ear infections in cats.