What does this look like on my cats?

Freddieandchip

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I’m waiting for a vet appointment but I’m just freaking out. Does this look like anything specific? Also do you think it’s related? the ear is one cat the foot is my other cat. I got home from work and they were like this. They’re acting normal but I’m scared that this is the beginning of something. I get paranoid about every little thing so I’m just posting this for some suggestions until they see the vet.
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Do they wrestle? I wouldn't be to be concerned at this point, if it was my cats. I would be more concerned with the foot than the ear
 
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Do they wrestle? I wouldn't be to be concerned at this point, if it was my cats. I would be more concerned with the foot than the ear
Yes they wrestle and play a lot. The cat with the foot has always had skin problems which are being worked on but just the fact that they happened at the same time is worrying me. I’m also just extremely anxious when it comes to my cats lol. Thank you for the reply
 

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The 'age old' home remedy on this site is - Buy chamomile tea bags - you can find them in most any grocery store and generally speaking those are Germain - you don't want English or any flavorings or additives. Brew a bag in water, cool the liquid to room temp and then dab some on those spots with cotton balls or a soft cloth - 2-3 times a day.

Chamomile tea, which is a soothing and healing agent, also has anti-bacterial/anti-fungal properties. It is safe for your cats to ingest should they do so.
 
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The 'age old' home remedy on this site is - Buy chamomile tea bags - you can find them in most any grocery store and generally speaking those are Germain - you don't want English or any flavorings or additives. Brew a bag in water, cool the liquid to room temp and then dab some on those spots with cotton balls or a soft cloth - 2-3 times a day.

Chamomile tea, which is a soothing and healing agent, also has anti-bacterial/anti-fungal properties. It is safe for your cats to ingest should they do so.
Thank you! I will definitely try that while I’m waiting for my appointment! :)
 
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