Conditioning, no-rinse shampoo spray. Removes dander, calms hot spots and itching. Leaves fur silky and healthy. Contains baking soda and aloe, which are antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, antiseptic, and hypoallergenic. Soap and detergent-free, so it won't strip coat or irritate eyes. Won't interfere with flea treatments. No oily residue.
Bottles sometimes arrive without the spray cap, which makes them difficult to use.
Mild spray that's pH balanced for cats and kittens. Cleanses, nourishes, and boosts shine. Made with apple, honey, and other natural ingredients. Free from fragrances, sulfates, colorants, and harsh chemicals. Smells very good.
Be sure to avoid spraying shampoo in the cat's eyes.
Leave-in, no-rinse foam formula with natural ingredients like aloe vera, neem oil, vitamin E, and oatmeal. Safe to use on cats 12 weeks and older. Will not interfere with topical flea control products. Dries quickly so cat spends less time uncomfortable.
Leaves fur softer, but may not remove all the dirt or grease on the cat. Some find the smell unpleasant.
Tearless, pH-balanced, alcohol-free formula. Gently cleans coat, removes stains, adds luster. 16 oz. bottle. Dries quickly. Pleasant scent. Doesn't make the cat's coat sticky.
Scent is stronger than some expect, but animal smells better than before.
Plant-based, botanical, soapless formulation intended for animals with sensitive skin. Detergent and alcohol free. Non-toxic. No parabens, sulphates, sulfates, or stripping ethyl alcohol. Locally-sourced, sustainable ingredients and cruelty-free production. Lavender or lemongrass scent.
May not clean cats with longer hair.
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Waterless cat shampoo saves the hassle of washing and rinsing your cat with traditional shampoo and water, a process that leaves most cats stressed. Waterless varieties are easy to use and help remove shedding fur and control dander. They come in bottles with convenient spray or pump applicators, and work by massaging them into cats’ fur with a pet comb, brush, or your hands. No rinsing is required, and since most formulas contain natural, skin-nourishing ingredients, they are beneficial for calming various skin irritations. Before you choose, consider your pets’ needs, as different cat shampoos are made to conquer various issues, such as odor control, sensitive skin, and skin moisturizing formulas.
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