The end of my cats ear is floppy. Just one. Has anyone seen this? No apparent scratches or bites. It's really floppy.
She had a neurological disorder as a kitten because she was allergic to the anesthetics but has improved 100% since adoption which was 2 years ago. She had what was the wobbly kitty, but walks and plays normal now except for occasional wobble. Im doubting that has anything to do with her floppy ear, which is on her left side. But I'm not certain of anything.
on Jul 4th 2012
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It could be a remnant of her neurological problems when she was a kitten. But I know there are many dogs out there as well who have one ear up and one down. My own will often put one down and I always say she's only "half-listening". If her eyes appear normal, she is eating, playing, using the box, etc., you don't have anything to worry about. Keep an "eye on the ear", so to speak, to make sure that because it's floppy, she doesn't get infections in the canal.
Izadore (Izzie) answered on 7/5/12. Helpful? / 0