• Jasmine seems to have dander. How can I get rid of it with having to bath her?

    Hi Diana,
    I recommend that you take her into see a veterinarian. Dander in cats is not normally seen as most cats groom themselves often. Dander can be a sign of an underlying skin or metabolic issue. Your vet can talk to you about the most likely cause after they have examined her. The treatment that she needs will depend on the underlying cause of the dander.

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