Waterless cat shampoo definitely has it's advantages. We've used it on our cats in the past, and they actually seemed to enjoy it.
Most cats loathe to take a bath, so waterless pet shampoo can provide a quick between-baths solution.
Longhaired cats have a way of absorbing the smells around them. And if they like to hang out in places like garages or basements (as ours do!) you've probably noticed some funky odors from time to time.
They try to groom themselves, but there is just so much fur! Giving your cat a bath regularly certainly makes their fur soft and fluffy, but it can also be drying to their skin. It's a good idea to space your cats baths at least six weeks apart.
What can you do in between regular baths with cat shampoo? Use waterless cat shampoo! It's easy; just squirt it on and let it dry. Then enjoy your sweet smelling pet.
FURminator shampoo, both waterless and regular, is made for both cats and dogs. This is great for those of us with cats and dogs at home! One product does both.
This FURminator waterless cat shampoo and conditioner is specifically designed to take a stinky pet and make them smell better. It has Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids with vitamins and proteins for a healthy coat. And, it has a non-drying hypoallergenic formula.
The FURminator waterless cat shampoo is designed to be used in conjunction with the FURminator deShedding tool (which I love!). It's coconut-based formula attaches to dirt and grime, making it easier to remove with the brush. (Remember to only brush a dry animal with the FURminator!)
One thing to remember: since waterless pet shampoo is made to improve the smell of a stinky cat or dog, without bathing and rinsing, it is perfumed. The scent of the FURminator waterless shampoo is described as fruity. Some folks found it to be too strong, and others just loved it. So use your own discretion when it comes to how you usually like perfumed products.