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Cat Shampoo & Bathing Supplies FAQs


Is it safe to use human shampoo on my cat?


No, human shampoo is not formulated for cats and can harm their skin and coat. It is best to use a specially formulated cat shampoo that is gentle and pH balanced for their skin.


How often should I bathe my cat?


Cats are generally self-cleaning and do not need frequent bathing like dogs. However, if your cat gets into something, particularly dirty or smelly, a bath may be necessary. It is recommended to bathe your cat no more than once a month to avoid drying out their skin.


Can I use a flea shampoo on my cat?


Yes, cat-specific flea shampoos can be used to help control flea infestations. It is important to follow the instructions carefully and avoid getting the shampoo in their eyes, nose, or mouth.


What type of brush is best for my cat's coat?


The type of brush you need will depend on your cat's coat type. Long-haired cats will require a brush with longer bristles to help prevent matting, while short-haired cats may do well with a slicker brush.


Can I use human hair conditioner on my cat?


No, human hair conditioner is not formulated for cats and can harm their skin and coat. Using a specially formulated cat conditioner or skip conditioning is best.


What should I do if my cat is afraid of water and won't tolerate a bath?


Some cats simply do not like water and may become very stressed during a bath. If this is the case with your cat, consider using waterless shampoos or wipes designed specifically for cats. Another option is to take your cat to a professional groomer who specializes in cats and can provide a stress-free bathing experience.


Cat Shampoo

Cats clean themselves pretty well, so you might wonder if you really need to invest in cat grooming supplies. It’s true that a cat’s daily grooming regime does reduce their grooming requirements substantially, but sometimes even the most fastidious kitty needs an occasional bubble bath!

A cat’s rough tongue and an unrelenting dedication to cleanliness effectively wash away debris. Sadly, even with a daily self-groom ritual, a kitty sometimes smells or suffers from dry skin or cat dandruff. The only solution (to the dismay of most kitties who avoid water) is a cat shampoo to wash away unwanted grime.

Some cat breeds, such as Persians, require more frequent baths to remove lifeless hair, detangle and prevent knots, and remove cat tear stains. Such high-maintenance kitties definitely require personalized grooming and shampoo to stay looking regal.

Stubborn cats usually say absolutely ‘no’ to any kind of bath. As many cat owners know, just the sound of running water is enough to make a kitty go MIA, which is why pet wipes are great to have on hand.

If you try to strongarm your furry friend into the bath, you might have a serious tussle on your hands. In such a situation, a no-rinse foam or waterless cat shampoo, like Earthbath Grooming Foam for Cats. Apply the shampoo, gently massage it into your cat's fur, and let it dry. The gentle formulas help control shedding, dander and dirt while conquering unpleasant odours.

Have you noticed that your cat is scratching frequently? If you are looking for the best shampoo for itching check out Tropiclean OxyMed Medicated Shampoo. The coconut-based shampoo is formulated from micronized oatmeal and Vitamin E for fast penetration into the skin’s pores to instantly start to treat dandruff, dry skin, hot spots, hair loss, and seborrhea.

Cat shampoo for sensitive skin, like Earthbath Hypoallergenic Cat Shampoo, helps to soothe and eases irritation from dry skin, allergens, and other irritants. They leave the kitty’s hair glowing and smelling refreshingly clean.

Long-haired cats can benefits from a moisturizing conditioner, like Kin + Kind Unscented Conditioner. This hypoallergenic conditioner is great for sensitive skin and helps to soothe and moisturize with natural ingredients like coconut, aloe, and shea butter.

Small kittens often lack the grooming skills needed to keep themselves clean. A gentle kitten shampoo safely lifts away dirt without drying out the little kitty’s skin or fur.

Pet owners often want to know, “can you use dog shampoo on cats?” You should abstain from using any shampoo labelled ‘for dog use only.’ Luckily though, you'll find a wide array of shampoo choices that have been formulated for safe use on both cats and dogs at Homes Alive Pets, like Eathbath Pet Shampoo.

Cats spend a great deal of time licking their fur in an effort to stay clean. Unfortunately, many cat foods are exceptionally pungent, which can make a kitty’s saliva smell and aroma easily transfer to the fur. A cat spritz or deodorizing spray instantly refreshes and deodorizes to leave your furry friend smelling purrfectly amazing.

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