Hi Guys When Tux had his ear issue, after two other vets looked at him I took him to the vet my Breeder recommended. My breeder drives an hour to see him and it is an all cat hospital. I also know two other people that take there cats there and won't take them any where else. He was by far the best vet I have seen in the way he handled Tux as well as being able to answer all my questions about everything that had happened. He told me not to use ear cleaner, but a cream called panalog. You put it in there ears and gently rub it around and then when they shake there head most of the dirt comes out and then just use a q tip to get the rest. he said he only does a flush if it is absolutely necessary. He said the only other thing he uses is a saline solution. I bought the panalog on line, much cheaper than at the vet, and used it and there ears have been better then ever. I have never heard of this before but it seems to be working. I felt really comfortable with this Vet and will probably not take them anywhere else. He did not try to push anything on me and suggested it would be cheaper to get the ear stuff on line instead of from his office. I felt comfortable with him and his knowledge of everything from the ear accident to HCM, food etc. He knew a lot about the breed as well. Anyone heard of this way of ear cleaning? Thanks tes Has anyone else heard of this way of ear cleaning?