How to bath your cat
In each cat’s life the big moment comes when bathing takes places.
So for example, when the owner takes the cat to an exhibition, or when you want to speed up the eradication of parasites. Although most cats prefer to stay away from the bathtubs the rest of their life. Here’s how to bath a cat, if you must!
If you want to become a regular participant in cat show’s, better get your cat familiar with bathing early on.
The older cats are less tolerant of bathing procedure.
Let’s see, what we need it!
- Heated bathroom (with a door must be closed during bathing)
- Bath Sinks or big bowl
- Warm water
- Clean towels
- Container bottles for rinsing
- Special eye cream (optional pet store or pharmacy), to protect their eyes from shampoo
- OUR Special shampoo for cats
- Kitten Combs, which use before and after bathing
- Low temperature hair dryer
Heat the bathroom and that part of the apartmen where the kitten will be staying after the bath.
Brush over the kitten’s fur thoroughly and lubricate their eyes with eye cream. Fill the bowl with warm water, hold cat firmly with both hands (but do not tight) and place the cat into the water until the cats shoulder level. Be gentle and loving with the cat and do not take your time with the bathing.
Wet the fur and gently rub Natural shampoo over the body and wipe the head separately using a wash cloth or sponge. Wipe the eyes, mouth and chin parts around, being careful not to get water or shampoo in their ears or eyes. Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water. Make sure to remove any shampoo.
After rinsing dry off with thick towel. If you wish you can use a low temperature hair dryer.