* The other poster is correct. Stop bathing the kitten! Kittens and adult cats do clean themselves. If your kitten should get a bit dirty then take a soft wash cloth with tepid water and clean the kitten in the area it is dirty and then towel dry gently. Bathing your kitten is terrifying it and also could give it pneumonia if it's still damp. Cats tend to run warmer than dogs and love more heat. This DOES NOT mean you put your kitten or adult cat outside on very hot days and they need plenty of water just like dogs.
You should never give a cat a bath at any age.
Don't give it a bath! Cats wash themselves.
No. Never should you give a cat a bath.
give him a ice cold bath and some tylonol
The same way u care 4 a pet kitten but give it a flee bath
yes it is safe
I've heard it is usually once a week. Unless the kitten got into something dirty, it doesn't need a bath. Kittens/cats clean themselves.
All dogs smell funny unless you give them a bath
Kittens shouldn't take baths cause they hate water unless your kitten loves to get wet.
Give the dog a bath.
If you don't give them a bath.
they don't really smell the rat but the cage and if your rat dose Smell you can give him or her a bath use cat shampoo to be safe.
To give them a bath with flea shampoo you should wait (like the label should say) until the kitten is older then 12 weeks. An alternative to flea shampoo would be just to wash your kitten with dawn soap, which you can use before it is 12 weeks. An easy way to do this is to wrap your kitten in a towel (to protect yourself and the kitten) and submerge it (except for the head). Most of the fleas will drown, then use the soap to wash your kitten.
Give the dog a bath.
Give the dog a bath first
I have no idea if there is a medical hindrance to giving young kittens a bath. However, if you have purchased the kitten from a breeder, it must be at least 10 weeks old, and should be fine if given a bath. Just make sure that the water is lukewarm, so the kitten doesn't get cold, but not too hot or it could overheat. P.S. Generally cats do not enjoy baths. Or water at all for that matter. You will have one angry kitten on your hands. So have fun!
no never give a kitten that
There isn't much you can do....... after a week or so they will stop hissing. A little while after that they might touch. Basically all they need is time. Keep them separated in the beginning but rub a towel on the kitten and let the cats smell it - this way the cats will get used to the smell of the kitten. Give them treats when they are together in the beginning so they associate the new kitten with getting food - this will hopefully make them accept the kitten more easily.
That is a good question. It may but first you need to remove the other cats scent from the kitten. Give it a short bath in kitten shampoo. After the kitten is dry, rub the kitten against the mama cat without the mama seeing the kitten. Doing this puts mamas scent back on the kitten and will make for a better meeting.
All dogs smell if you don't give them a bath. No, the yorkie breed does not smell only if it's dirty and hasn't had a bathe for two months. Wash it's face every day.
You can give birth to a kitten if you have intercourse with them first. Even then, they will end up with the head of a woman and a body of a kitten
i cant do anything its your dog
It can be cause a lot of reasons but usually of you give him or her a bath she will rub things to put her smell on it.
No, the kitten is to young still. The instructions on the flea medicine box should give you directions and usage for that product. A 8 week old kitten is too young for flea medicine and also too young for a bath with flea soap