This antiseptic shampoo helps combat harmful bacteria, fungi, and dry skin. It effectively clears up ringworm on cats as well. Results are quick and long lasting. Shampoo leaves fur soft and shiny. Available in 6.8 ounce or 16.9 ounce bottles.
More expensive than similar shampoos, but users love it.
Vanilla almond scented shampoo provides quick relief for dry, itchy skin. Shampoo lathers beautifully, leaving your cat's fur soft and shiny. Gentle, soothing formula works well on hairless cats as well. A little product goes a long way.
Long-lasting scent may not appeal to all cat owners.
Uses natural ingredients like apple and honey to give your cat a healthy coat. Waterless spray shampoo formula is fast, easy, and efficient for both you and your cat. Apple and honey scent is subtle and pleasant.
Spray bottle can be scary to some cats – if so, try spraying on your hands and then rubbing into fur.
Medicated shampoo is fragrance-free. Effectively cleans and heals irritated skin while remaining gentle. Works well for clearing up ringworm. Thick formula can be watered down to make the shampoo easier to lather and to make it last longer.
Shampoo must be left on for 10 minutes, and some cats may not be that patient.
Shampoo lathers well and is easy to rinse out. Effectively cleans and brightens white fur. Noticeable results after just one wash. Gentle formula leaves fur conditioned and shiny. Affordable price point.
Strong citrus scent may be overpowering for some cats and owners.
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Cats, for the most part, keep themselves quite clean. However, every once in a while they get into something that slef-grooming alone will not clean up, and that’s where cat shampoo comes into play. It is important to always use a cat-friendly shampoo, as human shampoos and soaps typically have a higher pH level and can severely dry out your cat's skin. There are a range of medicated and non-medicated shampoos to choose from, scented or unscented, medicated or not. Always remember to consult your vet before using any new products on your cat.