As previously mentioned, Stella's yeast infection is noticeable again on her underside. This time last week, it was completely gone. I am in the process of changing their diet to the Prairie's Kibbles: Lamb Meal and Oatmeal Medley. HOPING THIS WORKS. Anyway! When they discovered she had a yeast infection, they said it looked like she had fluid way down in her ears. They said her ears were nice and clean, but they saw some fluid way down in there. They said it was similar to a child's "Glue Ear". I wish I could remember what they said the possible causes for it were. . . When I clean her ears, I put her ear cleaner on the cotton ball. Is it possible excess fluid from the cotton ball could have gone down in there? They said they weren't too concerned about it at this point, but I need to watch how she reacts to her ears (scratching the back of them, shaking her head). They said if it becomes a problem, they could essentially drain her ears. It requires placing the cat under anesthesia. Stella has a vet visit this Thursday (Cha-Ching) to have her skin looked at again and I am going to ask them to take a look at her ears again. Has anyone ever had their cat's ears cleaned/drained from fluid? It scares me. I'm hoping nothing is there this Thursday, but where would it have gone?