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06 Jan 2005

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Hi There, My cat ears are permantantly hot (as if she has a temp). Is there a reason for this?
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CyberVet
cybervet

01 Jan 0001

The ears also play a role in getting rid of body heat, and their temperature would depend on the environmental temperature to some extent. If the cat is otherwise healthy, it is nothing to be concerned about.

Dr Malan van Zyl
Veterinary Specialist Physician
Cape Town
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