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Should I wash my cat?

Cats are generally very clean animals and naturally clean themselves, but there are situations where they may need a little extra help:

  1. Long-Haired Breeds: Long-haired cat breeds, such as Persians or Maine Coons, may need more frequent grooming due to their dense fur. Regular grooming can help prevent matting and reduce shedding.

  2. Senior Cats: Older cats may have difficulty grooming themselves as effectively as they used to.

  3. Overweight Cats: Cats that are overweight or obese may struggle to groom hard-to-reach areas.

  4. Matting: If your cat's fur becomes matted or tangled, it's essential to address it promptly. Mats can be painful for cats, and they can lead to skin problems. Always visit a professional cat groomer or vet in this situation

  5. Dirt and Stains: Cats who have been on a mucky adventure may need bathing sooner rather than later when they return home!

Its very important to note that cats are very sensitive to chemicals and natural materials and could easily become unwell if you put anything on their skin / hair. This is why it is very important to use a cat-specific shampoo, free from harsh chemicals, essential oils, certain plants and something that will rinse out easily not leaving any residue in the coat.

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