by Gary James
I've read that abasian cats are prone to this. My cat has had this all of her life. I've been to at least 3 different vets and none have been a able to determine the cause.
It is my understanding that ear irritations such as mites can cause the cat to scratch vigorously and rupture a blood vessel at the onset.
Surgery can remove the blood clot but the underlying cause has to also be eliminated. I t can be polyps, mites, etc. I would have the vet explain in greater detail what their procedure will be.
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