How often do you bathe a cat


How often do you bathe a cat?

Just curious if you guys ever bathe your cats? I think I bathe mine about once every six months, or so. But one of my cats is constantly shedding, and it looks like he's just itching constantly. Plus, I can't even tell if he's in any discomfort.

So I was wondering if you guys bathe them often. (I think he's about a year and a half old, though).

Just curious if you guys ever bathe your cats? I think I bathe mine about once every six months, or so. But one of my cats is constantly shedding, and it looks like he's just itching constantly. Plus, I can't even tell if he's in any discomfort.

So I was wondering if you guys bathe them often. (I think he's about a year and a half old, though).

I bathe mine dly, but if it's really bad, I go at least once a week. I've only ever washed them for a specific health issue, though. They've never had problems that haven't disappeared after the treatment.

I would agree with the others, that at least once a week. But honestly I would probably do it twice if I had to.

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I bathe my cats maybe once a month. If I do it more often, it means there's a lot of stuff they've got going on that needs a little washing. My most "bathed" cat was a stray that I adopted and took home with me for 2 years before I even started to wash his nls. He never had any issues. I just figured he was dirtier than I thought.

I recently bathed my kitty boy because he had his own little problem. He was sneezing and the vet prescribed a cough medicine which he got into. I bathed him and also cleaned his nose a couple times. And since then, his cough is gone and he's been his happy self. He also likes to rub my leg. I wash my face a few times a week and I have a cat scrubby that I use.

I always wash them (except if they're allergic to the oils and such, in which case I may just dry them and brush them, since I try to avoid soap).

But I have very sensitive skin, so I always get some kind of product made for it. I use it for everything from shaving to washing my face. So it's not because they don't like the water, but just that I just am more sensitive to it.

I wash mine once a week and dry with a soft towel. They are a really soft and friendly cat and there is never any problem with getting water in their fur. Their grooming habits are a bit of a mystery to me though. They sit in the litter box, watch TV with me, but are otherwise pretty relaxed, so I really don't know what they like.

One of my cats (a Mne Coon) used to have fur balls for years, which I thought was strange, since he was getting groomed twice a month and was pretty clean. It took me months before I realized it was a grooming problem.

The second I noticed something was wrong, I started shampooing them. It turns out they were so clean that he wasn't even grooming them! The shampoo was making his fur go soft. Once he started getting it cut, his fur was all over the place and even started looking like cat hr!

That was the first time I realized that he hated bathing. My vet's explanation was that while the cats were really clean, the hr was getting matted, which caused him discomfort.

But I don't think that's why he doesn't like getting wet. To me, he seems to be just not happy with the whole process.

He also doesn't like using the dryer and will only do so if we're in a hurry.

Both cats have some issues with getting water and bathing. I have tried several times over the years to bathe them, including spraying them with spray. But they don't seem to want to go. We've never found any issue with the amount of shampoo and conditioner they get.

I just had a vet tell me to bathe them (with a shampoo formulated for cats, actually).

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Both cats have some issues with getting water and bathing. I have tried several times over the years to bathe them, including spraying them with spray. But they don't seem to want to go. We've never found any issue with the amount of shampoo and conditioner they get.

I just had a vet tell me to bathe them (with a shampoo formulated for cats, actually).

We've done a lot of research about bathing and it seems like getting them wet is a big no-no. We've been trying a lot of different ways to get them wet to see if they'll go with a different method than spraying with water or just trying to get it wet on their own.

So far, no luck.

We're just going to go the vet's route and have them bathed with a shampoo and conditioner formulated for cats. We're hoping this will work.

Both cats have some issues with getting water and bathing. I have tried several times over the years to bathe them, including spraying them with spray. But they don't seem to want to go. We've never found any issue with the amount of shampoo and conditioner they get.

I just had a vet tell me to bathe them (with a shampoo formulated for cats, actually).

We've done a lot of research about bathing and it seems like getting them wet is a big no-no. We've been trying a lot of different ways to get them wet to see if they'll go with a different method than spraying with water or just trying to get it wet on their own.

So far, no luck.

We're just going to go the vet's route and have them bathed with a shampoo and conditioner formulated for cats. We're hoping this will work.

Both cats have some issues with getting water and bathing. I have tried several times over the years to bathe them, including spraying them with spray. But they don't seem to want to go. We've never found any issue with the amount of shampoo and conditioner they get.

I just had a vet tell me to bathe them (with a shampoo formulated for cats, actually).

We've done a lot of research about bathing and it seems like getting them wet is a big no-no. We've been trying a lot of different ways to get them wet to see if they'll go with a different method than spraying with water or just trying to get it wet on their own.

So far, no luck.

We're just going to go the vet's route and have them bathed with a shampoo and conditioner formulated for cats. We're hoping this will work.

Thanks for any help or advice you can give!

We bath ours too, but use shampoo with added conditioners (we also use flea/tick preventer too). I would not use regular conditioner.

I would also suggest a conditioner made for cats (the kind with added conditioners). A lot of times cats can't tolerate conditioner with conditioner (they don't want to


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