I can't say for sure, but I'd be weary of baby shampoo with the cat. They tend to be more sensitive than dogs with stuff like that.
If you are going to buy baby shampoo, I'd opt for something frangrance and dye free, some type of hypoallergenic formula for babies that are sensitive.
Or you could just go to the pet store and look for a shampoo that includes natural ingredients and is biodegradable. These are usually good starting points for decent products. Oatmeal is supposed to be very good for the skin too, but I'm not sure about if it's okay for cats. I'll check, if it's not, I'll repost.
Yep, I know not to use my head and shoulders on my cat, lol. I was just thinking that maybe Baby Shampoo would be okay because it's so gentle. Of course I'd never do it without getting the facts first.
The Wal-Mart is an easy hike, so is Meijer, I went this morning before class and neither had anything. I picked a brand that a friend recommended. They have a long haired cat that needs to be bathed quite often. It's not organic but it'll do.
Oh, and the health food store in town went out of business, lol.
Adams Flea and Tick shampoo is supposed to be good stuff. Our vet recommended it. It's mild and it smells nice too. Think I might bathe the cats tonight actually. None of them really mind it that much, tho I have a war-wound on my leg from Psi from about 8 months ago. But that's because I was holding him and didn't feel safe.
I'm convinced it's not a good idea. In fact, one shampoo is different from the other even! We bathe Marsh once a month, and for the last time switched to a professional and about twice as expensive shampoo, and oh boy, did that make a difference! and that was going from one cat shampoo to the next. His coat's fantastic and silky, and doesn't get dirty as easily.
I saw this line of products at Walgreens today (surely you must have a Walgreens out in the boonies) and thought maybe in the future you could go this route?? They are made by the founder of Paul Mitchell. Here is a link to their oatmeal shampoo.