Next time you decide to give your cat a bath, consider using Litterbox.com Cat Bath Foam Wash. Because it is catnip-infused, your feline will likely find the application irresistible and the whole process invigorating! This foam wash comes in two soothing fragrances: Bamboo + Mint or Cucumber + Aloe. Similar to using dry shampoo, you just massage the foam wash into your pet’s fur, including his or her back, sides, legs, stomach, and tail. Then, gently brush the excess foam out to reveal your pet’s clean, shiny coat!
Bamboo + Mint Ingredients
Cucumber + Aloe Ingredients
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Why use glycerin?
Glycerin is a safe ingredient, even if consumed. It is a humectant, so it retains moisture and leaves a nice shine on your cat’s coat. It also detangles hair, moisturizes skin and coat, reduces itchy skin, and reduces skin flaking.
How do I use Litterbox.com Cat Bath Foam Wash?
Simply follow these directions:
- Apply a dollop of foam wash to your hand or on a cloth.
- Massage foam wash into your pet’s coat, including back, sides, legs, stomach, and tail.
- Gently brush excess foam out of coat.
What are the precautions?Litterbox.com Cat Bath Foam Wash is made with safe ingredients. However, as with any soap, detergent, or cleaning product, care should be taken to avoid accidental ingestion or direct contact with eyes and ears. Avoid over-wetting your pet’s ear canals.