When kitty can’t get clean by herself.

On rare occasions some cats need to be bathed to clean what kitty can’t remove herself. Bathing your cat is one of the basic cat cares you have to master if you are a pet owner. Mastering the art will help you keep cat clean and healthy on those rare times when you have to assist kitty’s grooming efforts.

But, have you ever asked yourself what is the right way of bathing a cat?

If you don’t know and want to find out more how to run a bath for your kitty, you have to watch this video guide below.

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4 Responses to “When kitty can’t get clean by herself.”

  1. Cyndi Stanley

    Mar 02. 2018

    Every kitten I’ve had I start them out with baths… to get them used to them.. for later…..

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  2. Kimberly Elless

    Mar 02. 2018

    Never bath a cat…

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  3. this poor cat wanted to be anyplace but in this bath x

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  4. Bejal

    Mar 06. 2018

    I need some guidance from the Love and Hisses hive mind. I need a new vacuum cleaner! What kind works best for you? I will be replacing my Dyson (all the plastic is breaking) and I”m not very satisfied with it. I have a lot of woven rugs and a long haired cat with an undercoat that is a combination of cottonwood fluff and cotton candy. It gets EVERYWHERE and sticks like glue. One of my rugs has a white haze on it that I cannot vacuum off. Does any one have a recommendation? The fluffy kitty is new, he was dumped in the neighborhood and I finally won his trust, took him to the vet, and he moved when it got cold. He”s huge (actually, he”s not big, but he LOOKS it), orange and fluffy. Ridiculously fluffy. He has to be part Main Coon. And maybe part Yeti. I”m not sure yet. Everyone who sees him bursts into laughter. Lucky for me, he likes to be brushed with the furminator. If anyone is in Kansas and needs a skittish, but adorable, orange kitty, let me know. My other cats will be happy to crate him up and drive him to a new home.

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