|Top Ingredients||Neem Oil, Micronized Oatmeal, Vitamin E...||Purified Water, Mild Cleanser, Hydrolyzed Plant Protein...||Water, Ethyl Alcohol, Mild Cleanser...||Purified Water, Coconut Water, Glycerin...||De-ionized Water, Vitamin E, Aloe Vera Gel...|
|Lifestage||Adult||Adult, Senior||All Lifestages||Adult||Adult|
|Health Feature||Itch & Redness Remedy||Skin & Coat Health||Digestive Health, Hairball Control||—||Shedding Control, Skin & Coat Health|
This is so convenient for spot cleaning my geriatric cats paws. She is blind so tends to walk in her pee as she tries to bury. I clean her up often with this.
This product has a very strong odor that I wasn’t expecting, and I don’t believe strongly scented products are good for animals. I also dislike that the ingredients are not fully listed, which seems to be a common problem with dry shampoos for pets. “Fragrance” tells me nothing about what’s used and makes me distrust a product quickly.
WARNING!!!! I have determined this product to be dangerous to felines. I bought a bottle before where there were no issues, and I thought it was a fantastic product, this was through Amazon.com. After this transaction, I said hey lemme pick some up from my favorite ONLINE pet supply store (I am also hesistant to continue ordering my animal's heart worm medicine now through chewy). Well long story short (no way a coinendence with all the "concentrated" objects I started seeing before either) the bottle i purcheded from chewy was too concentrated, without me knowing, and after using on my cat I got sick and my cat turned yellow and shirveled up and is hardly eating or drinking now!!! BEWARE!!!!! the inconsistency of this product can be toxic to your animal! i read the reviews in other places but did not believe it due to my first good encounter, but this product needs to be removed off the shelves as quick the gang stalkers of concentraters around me.
My long hair cat had a big mess on his back end and tail today. After removing the initial mess with paper towels and brushing I was worried he was still going to stink for a while. Used just a little of this shampoo and miraculously he was good as new a few minutes later.
I like this shampoo! Cats smell so nice after I wash them with it, and they do not have an adverse reaction.
This helps with my cats dander she has a long coat of hair and it does such an amazing job keeping her coat clean. I am a huge fan. Keeps going up in price but this stuff is worth it.
Smells good and makes her fur softer, we are so glad we got it
Don't waste your money getting this "cat formula" It is exactly the same as the dog formula but for more money and less product!
My 12 yr old Maine Coon son is now an old man kitty - his long beautiful 5 inch hair (not fur, it's hair) gets a bit 'musty' from time to time. He has always loved to be brushed - he will tackle you when he see's you holding a brush......He gets daily wipe downs with Huggies baby wipes (unscented - has to be Huggies he says) but when there is a need for a BIG JOB at the back door - I have found this waterless bath is THE TRICK. It has a gentle smell which does not affect his kitty asthma and it makes for a quick 'catch and wipe down of that private area' that does not upset him so bad......Have tried many waterless shampoos over the years and this is our tried and true product. We always keep an extra bottle in the supply closet - sure can't run out of a necessary product when it comes to the baby. Thank You CHEWY for providing the BEST for our kids.
Why on earth does it have NEEM OIL in it?? I googled it, having never heard of the oil before, and it describes it as having a "bitter taste," and a "garlic/sulfur" smell! It's also used as an insecticide (though according to Google) deemed "relatively safe" for cats...which I don't find terribly reassuring! But I have used this waterless shampoo on both my cats and they didn't seem to bother them.... I also find the smell quite pleasant (though cats of course have different likes and dislikes than an inferior human's nose) and it smells a bit like my shaving gel which (no surprise) has oatmeal and aloe in it, just like this shampoo. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯not strong, just pleasant to (my) nose. I don't see my cats grooming themselves excessively to try to rid themselves of the scent (but then, it's also supposed to be "very bitter" (a la Google again). 4 stars for the weird ingredient, but overall seems to be a good product (especially for my aging and less-grooming cat).