If you have a cat with a flea problem you just can’t get under control or if you want to preemptively treat your kitten to keep the bugs away, the best flea shampoos for cats are your best bet. But what is the best flea shampoo for cats? We researched the most popular and top-rated products to find out. Before we get into our product reviews, let’s take a look at some of the important factors to consider when choosing a flea shampoo.
Natural: Believe it or not, there are some natural ingredients that are pretty effective at getting rid of fleas and other bugs. Plus, natural products are the best choice for kittens or cats with sensitive skin.
Control Time: Some of these last quite a while but there are some that you should reapply every week or so. Generally, shampoos with harsher chemicals have a longer control time than natural shampoos do.
Kills Eggs: Killing flea eggs is hard and there aren’t a lot of products out there that can do it effectively. For shampoos that don’t kill eggs, repeating the treatment every 2 weeks will take care of the hatching eggs.
Conditioner: Fleas can lead to dry, irritated, raw skin. They’re itchy and all your cat knows is they want it to stop. Conditioner will not only leave their coat looking great, it can help soothe their skin, too.
Kills Ticks: Ticks can be pretty difficult to kill but some of the harsher formulas easily take care of this pest along with fleas. If you want expanded protection for your pet, get a shampoo with flea and tick coverage.
Size:These bottles come in a lot of different sizes. Keep in mind that they’re not all ready to use shampoo. Some are dry shampoos and others are concentrated and need to be added to water before using them.
Now that we’re taken a look at our flea shampoo buying guide, let’s get right into our reviews. If you’re in a hurry, start with our top and budget picks. They’re right at the top of our list and are the best way to get an idea of the range of products that are available. All of these products are worth a closer look, though, so stick around until the end if you can. Okay, let’s get right into our reviews.
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019