Here's some good information to help you keep your feline clean and beautiful
Since cats generally keep themselves very clean, you should not bathe them any more often than is absolutely necessary. Everyone knows that cats hate getting wet. However, even the cleanest cat will still need a bath every now and then. For those times when your feline does get into something really dirty, gets a flea or tick bombardment, or finds something that is toxic or otherwise harmful, it is a good idea to bathe your cat.
Bathing a cat is difficult enough and will feel like it takes forever, but good preparations beforehand will help make the process go much smoother:
Cats don't like the water. However, if you follow the same procedure each time you give it a bath, this will become less traumatic for you both. Eventually your cat may accept this ritual with less resistance, once it feels familiar with it.
Try to make this experience a positive one, and a great opportunity to bond with your cat.
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