i agree with colleen....let them clean themsleves unless they can't. The only time i cleaned my cats was when they were kittens and they couldnt lick themsleves. so i had a damp face cloth, wet them down, put some baby bath on the cloth and cleaned the kitten, then with another damp facecloth i wiped the bubbles away, fianlly i dried them with a towel. But once they got old enough to clean themselves i let them do it, even though they do like the smell of soap and water now haha.
yes you can bathe a cat, if you do want to make it a habit make sure you start when the cat is young so it doesnt grow up being scared of water. you need to have warm water and slowly hold the cat uner the runnng water, always be slow and start at an early age!
Yes you can bathe your cat, but some cats do not care for the water that much, and you may end up with a mean wet pu55y, and scratches up both arms. I have never bathed a cat, and have found that they do a pretty good job themselves.
I've bathed all the cats I've had in my home, it's never been an issue. I like baby shampoo or cat shampoo (do not use soap or human soap). And they dont need baths too often. There's also wipes that work pretty well.
Oh be careful, I once remember trying to bath my cat. It was an horrific experience for the both of us. You don't realise just how strong a kitty is until you try and do something it doesn't like.
Everyone else has good advice. :) So, on top of their advice, there is a waterless shampoo for cats if you really need to bathe her/him. It should be available at most pet stores.
Unless she stops cleaning herself or has gotten into something really dirty, let her bathe herself...cats are very clean by nature.
I wud let her bath herself unless she doesn't so a good job, then I wud get kitten shampoo, I wudnt use regular soap on them
This is true