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Ear mites would not be able to penetrate into the brain and cause seizures.
Ear mites are oxygen-breathing creatures, and could not live submerged in fluid or in solid tissues.
Unfortunately, seizures in an elderly cat may be caused by a brain tumor, as the most likely explanation.
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