Ear mites are a common parasite affecting both cats and dogs. They are tiny, microscopic organisms that appear as tiny white dots and barely visible to the naked eye. They are normally visible only under a microscope. If ear mites are suspected, it is advised to consult a vet because they can spread to other pets. Read more: How Do You Get Rid of Ear Mites in Kittens? Article
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