It is not very common for cats to suffer from ear or eye issues, but it is important to ensure that you implement a general care routine in order to ensure the prevention of infections and infestations when possible. Cats like exploring and being outdoors opens them up to a world full of opportunities to pick up infections, from tall grass and plants to rubbish bins. You may suspect that your cat has an infection if you notice weeping in the eyes, a waxy build up in the ears of excessive rubbing. In the first instance, you should consult with your veterinary surgeon who will be able to assess your cats’ condition, in some cases they may advise that a condition, especially weepy eyes, can clear up on its own, or they may give you a prescription. At Petfleas we stock a wide range of cleaners for both eyes and ears which will help you when it comes to maintaining overall cleanliness and wellbeing.