Many cats, especially those with short coats, are good self-groomers and rarely require bathing. For most cats, it’s even completely alright never to bathe them, but as mentioned, bathing a cat provides several benefits aside from making them fresh and clean.
The truth that cats already wash themselves is true, simply cats lick, nibble and bite at their fur and skin not only to keep clean, but to remove dead hair, dead skin cells and parasites. However, a bath is appropriate whenever you want your feline friend to be clean and smell fresh.
Take note that healthy skin and coat begin with good nutrition but good grooming helps, too. Begin with regular brushing or combing and perhaps an occasional bath, your cat would be the best-coiffured feline in the neighborhood.
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