Bath time doesn’t need to be as stressful as people say.
Cats spend approximately 50% of their waking hours cleaning themselves, so it’s important to take note of any shifts in hygiene care.
While it isn’t important to bathe cats regularly, there may be times when you need to. One sign of an unhealthy cat is how much time they spend grooming themselves.
If you notice your cat has stopped taking care of itself, then it is time to book a check-up with a vet.
Cats are independent and, while they are mostly capable of caring for themselves, will need a bath if they return from a jaunt outside covered in dirt.
Here’s how to do it with a minimum of fuss.
Including bath time into a structured grooming routine will help your cat grow accustomed to the process. If possible:
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