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House cats tend to hate loud noises, making vacuum cleaners a top nuisance for felines all over the world. But before you lump every kitty in the vacuum-hating category, take a look at this fluffy orange tabby kick back and relax while the dirt-sucking machine does some grooming work on its long fur. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Dog Says Bye-Bye Guilty Dog Punishes Itself This Poodle Seriously Hates Toothbrushes...

How to Clean Dogs' Ears

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How to Clean Your Dog's Ears

Whether they are pointy or floppy, long or short, dogs' ears are a sensitive part of their bodies. Unattended ear infections can lead to serious problems and possible hearing loss. If the ears smell bad, your dog is scratching at them or shaking his head, or if he acts in pain when you touch them, it could be a sign of an infection and the time to call your veterinarian. Also, just like the warnings for human ears, dogs' ears are no place for cotton swabs. Credit: Getty Creative Dogs have no interest in having their ears cleaned. You'll want to have all your supplies handy so you can devote your full attention to the dog and not get distracted looking for the wayward cotton balls. Your vet...