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Cat Flea Cleansing Shampoo is a citrus-based feline cleaning product, formulated to help repel fleas. The natural herbal extracts in the shampoo promote a healthy looking coat, whilst being non-irritant making it suitable for regular use if necessary.
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My cat had fleas and I bathed him and when the shampoo lathered up the fleas was dieing and u could just pick them off . And obviously my cat did not like a bath but he let me do it because I think he must have felt so much better with the fleas gone.
Customer recommends this product
After giving my poor cat a bath with this and finding he still had fleas I took him to the vet along with the products I had used. I was told that this shampoo is 'useless'. Do not waste your money!
Customer does not recommend this product
Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Johnsons Cat Flea Cleansing Shampoo, including answers from our team.
Hello. My 2 year old cat seems to always have fleas, she doesn't leave the garden she won't take the flea tablet. The spot on flea stuff doesn't seem to be working but I'm not sure if to try the flea shampoo as I don't want to stress her out putting her in the bath. What else can I do?? My other cat doesn't seem to have fleas.
If you apply them correctly, the flea spot-on products are very
effective. You are probably still seeing fleas because there are so many
in the environment where this cat goes and she is particularly
attractive to them. When this happens, the situation normally lasts for a
couple of month's worth of treatment. When the fleas are finally
defeated, the last product used might be given the credit In fact flea
have been dying off for the whole time, but more fleas have been jumping
onto the cat.
I would suggest you apply a good spot-on
according to its directions to both cats (even if you do not see them on
the other cat) and ideally spray the house with a suitable product too.
The fleas will go in time, whatever you use. Personally I would suggest
using Clearspot and Indorex Spray but there are lots of choices. I would not think about a shampoo, there
is no point unless you want to shampoo the cat anyway for other