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Dry Washing Kitty Might Save Your Sanity

Freshen Up Your Feline With Foam!

While many people have cats that are curious about water, I generally think of kitties of liking to do things on their own terms . . . and time. Sometimes your idea of a feline's bathtime, doesn't correspond with her daily agenda.

When you've become tired of your usual bathing routine between you and Sassy, starting with your feverish attempts to round her up (i.e., chasing her around the house), which leads to you failing at getting her to calmly rub-a-dub in the tub and, at the same time, keep your limbs scratch free. If this sounds like you, then I may have an alternative to bath time war games between you and your cat.

Pal Kitty's Freshen Up Foam ($14) may not be a replacement for a nice cleansing bath, but at least you can embark on the task fewer times during the month! Packed with calming aloe vera, Bach flower essences, and catnip oil, this organic no-rinse freshening foam is safe to use everyday to keep fur balls and dander at bay – and keep your sanity in tact!

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2katz 2katz 6 years
It would be nice to have on hand in case kitty got into something yucky.
jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 7 years
I have been looking for something like this! thanks!
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
This is nice to have on hand. Especially if it helps with dander. Cat's cleaning themselves doesn't keep the dander down, so if you have slight allergies or are having someone over that does, this would be nice to use.
jrebeccat jrebeccat 7 years
Cats bathe themselves all the time. Unless mine had gotten into something that was dangerous or had a skin condition, I don't see any reason to subject them to water or chemical baths. This stuff reminds of me of the "waterless shampoos" from the 70's that left a nice smelling but sticky film on your hair.
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