Ragdoll Cats and Baths

Personally, as a Ragdoll cat owner for over 30 years – and having 5 Ragdoll cats in that time, I have never seen the need to bathe them unless they are unwell.

Do I need to give my Ragdoll cat a bath?

However, there are exceptions to every rule, and sometimes a bath might be helpful if a kitty is sick or got something on their fur that shouldn’t be there – just make sure you rinse all of the shampoo out of their fur.

You may bathe your Ragdoll if they are sick

If a cat is getting older or sick and stops grooming themselves like a cat naturally does, you might bathe them occasionally to keep their coat from getting too oily.

If your Ragdoll is old and ungroomed

For your cat’s health, it might be a good idea to bathe a cat if they have come into contact with chemicals – for example, chlorine from a pool, a snowglobe, or a household cleaner they might have accidentally been exposed to.

If your Ragdoll came in contact with chemicals

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