How Often Are You Supposed to Bathe a Cat?


Cats typically do fine washing themselves. If you find your cat is dirty you can try bathing him once a month using a special grooming spray. if your cat has fleas than you will want to give him a bath using a flea shampoo.
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Unless your cat has rolled in something especially stinky or messy, they should not have to be bathed. Cats have excellent grooming skills, and this alone should be enough to keep your cat clean.
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With built-in grooming tools (tongue and teeth) cats are well-equipped to
Cats generally keep themselves clean, do not bathe your pet any more than once every two weeks.
Regular bathing is a good thing for your cat. It helps remove loose hairs that would normally end up in a hairball on your floor. I bathe mine once a year. If you bathe them too frequently
Only when they get dirty. Otherwise cats are fabulous self-cleaning machines. For example, when one of my kitties had diarrhea and soiled her fur, I bathed her for the first time
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