John Paul Pet Review and Giveaway **Closed**

As you know we just got a cute little kitten. I never realized how dirty kittens are! They are messy eaters, and if they are litter trained they also get little pieces of litter stuck to them. Yuck! You could give them a bath, but how fun is giving a cat a bath every day? Even with my amazing kitten who is okay with baths, he can only tolerate so much water before he starts getting grumpy. So what do you do?
Carbon after eating and before bath
As you can see, our little kitty eats so fast that his nose and whisker area looks horrible! I find this to be the hardest spot to clean. Sure you can try to use soap, but you will just end up with scratches up and down your arms! Thanks to the John Paul Pet Puppy/Kitten Care pack we can take care of our new furry friends with ease!
The Care Pack includes Tearless Shampoo, Waterless Foam Shampoo, and Full Body and Paw Wipes. So far I have used and needed all three of these great products and I am glad to have them!
I love the scent of the Tearless Shampoo! It does not smell like your typical pet shampoo which is a nice change. I don’t like my pets smelling like chemicals so I try to avoid it when I can. This shampoo is made to be gentle enough to clean your pets face without irritation, and leave them smelling and looking clean. I was surprised that even without the harsh chemical smell that Carbon came out of his bath white as new and smelling great!

Even though the Shampoo works great there was still some residue left on his nose so I decided to try out the Full Body and Paw Wipes to see if they could fix the problem. Carbon really liked being cleaned with the wipes, and loved the extra attention. The great thing about these wipes is that they contain Lanolin which helps keep their paws and skin from cracking. Litter trained cats seem to always have dry paws from digging in their litter designed to absorb moisture. So I think it’s a great idea to use these wipes to help keep their paws in tip top shape.
Last but not least is the Waterless Foam Shampoo. Like I said before, giving baths to Carbon is not as hard as the cats I have had in the past, but after a while he does get annoyed. I can only give him a bath every couple of days otherwise he gets angry. I love that I can use the Waterless Shampoo in between baths to keep him nice and clean and of course happy!
John Paul Pet Products is owned by John Paul DeJoria, which is a name you may recognize. John Paul DeJoria is a co-founder of Paul Mitchell Systems! He banned animal testing on Paul Mitchell products, and has continued this legacy with John Paul Pet. These pet products are so safe and gentle that they are tested on humans!
Make sure to support this wonderful company by checking out all they have to offer on their website here. They have lots of products and you are bound to find something perfect for your furry friend!
You can also enter to win your own Puppy/Kitten Care Pack by entering below! Star Focal is the first blog to be able to give away one of John Paul Pet’s box sets so we are very excited to share this with you! Good luck!
**Disclaimer** I was given a Puppy/Kitten Care Pack to review. However, I was in no way paid, or obligated to give a positive review, or a review at all for this company. If you would like to read my full disclaimer for reviews you can find it here .
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  1. I think my cat would try to kill me if I used this on her so I would want to get the dog one, for Copper, my almost 6 year old baby man of a Beagle.

  2. My dog, Chloe, really needs this!

  3. I would use this to keep my dog, Belle, clean. She don’t care too much for a bath but I bet this would make it more enjoyable for her. Belle is a beagle and is 9 yrs old now. I adopted her from a local shelter 8 yrs ago.

  4. I want to try this on Vlad & Barkly both! I always worry about cleaning their faces & have thought of trying baby shampoo for that before, but was told that wasn’t a good idea due to the PH differences.

  5. I have 2 poms and a shitzu, great pyrenees, lab, pit, but I would probably just use it on the small ones.

  6. I have 3 dogs, one of which LOVES to roll around in gross things he finds in the yard, on walks, at the park, etc. This would definitely be for him haha

  7. My Yorkie would love this1

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