Cat Wash
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.2 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Cat Wash 

Get your purr-fect pals as clean as they can be in Cat Wash™, a wacky time management game for all ages.

With her Uncle Oswald's invention of the Feline Wash-o-Matic, Susie has opened up the grooviest establishment in town for all cool cats. Now all the friendly felines have a place to go when they want to get clean and pampered. Susie had no idea how successful her business would become, and now she needs your help to keep it running.

Boogie down to the cat wash and help Susie clean up muddy pets for her clients. Take on 40 bustling levels of washing, drying, clipping, primping and much more. Hire employees, purchase new stations, and upgrade your locale. Watch out however, because some cats can be very finicky while employees or other nuisances also keep you on your toes. It's a dirty job, but someone's got to do it!

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Cat Wash™ today!

  • Clean up frisky felines in this wonderful Time Management bonanza.
  • Boogie down with 40 bustling levels of washing, drying, clipping, and much more.
  • Hire employees, purchase new stations, and upgrade your locale.
  • Enjoy other cat-themed mini-games.
  • Enjoy this fun kitty experience with the entire family.
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Reviews of Cat Wash
 | Added on: April 11, 2011
My kids would not even enjoy this game. It is boring and not very fun. I love kids games but they have to be exciting and this one is not. Would not recommend this one at all.
 | Added on: October 12, 2010
Cute game however I could only cope with this for a few minutes as this game just hit the top of my "PICKY CLICKY." Actually I think this game is one of my shortest game plays ever as my tolerance for "picky clicky" is quite low. I knew what to do, get the cats on the conveyor belt and then wash, dry them, etc., but way too much "PICKY CLICKY" madness for it to FINALLY recognize my click to do each task. I honestly think I would of been able to keep up with this one if it would of recognized my clicks to do stuff. Oh and thank goodness there is text for you to read on what to do and how to play the game cause the guy on there about drove me nuts. Couldn't understand him at all. All he did was mumble. I guess you'd call it mumbling? All I can say is give it a whirl and hopefully you can play and won't encounter the "picky clicky" madness. As far as I'm concerned? Stop madness, cut off, and pull the plug as there would be no way for the kids to play this.
 | Added on: November 22, 2010
This game was a waste of time. My 10 year old son doesn't even like it. I think it is very boring. I played for maybe 20 minutes and that was far too long. Haven't played it since and I do not plan to.
 | Added on: October 27, 2010
This is one of the most boring games I've EVER played! BOO!
 | Added on: November 1, 2010
Weird, obnoxious, and a little bit creepy. Why would you have a disco cat washing store? Just too weird.
 | Added on: October 12, 2010
B-O-R-I-N-G!!! The overview says this is a game is good for all ages. Maybe for kids but not for adults. No challenge to this game and no fun either. Sorry...;(
 | Added on: October 17, 2011
After reading all the harsh reviews my curiosity got the better of me. On a free game day I just had to download it and try it for myself. I suppose if I had paid for it I might have had a different reaction, but as it was I didn't think it was that bad. It's only fault as I see it is that it's not as challenging as other games. At times I suspected the mini games were designed to make sure I won. I had no trouble making the expert goal each time, using the upgrades to keep my workers from tiring out. And yet somehow I don't think I even earned half of the trophies available. I did play all the way through to the end. The only real problem I had was in the one minigame which I believe was called something like "Cat Cat Revolution." The instructions weren't clear, so I had to find out through trial and error that I was supposed to click where the cat was pointing. This would be a good choice for someone not used to time management games or someone who just wants to veg out for a while. I did enjoy the disco theme and the music, which sounds like it was inspired by "Car Wash" and "Boogie Wonderland." The cats are adorable, too.
 | Added on: October 12, 2010
This game is really a class act - very funny. Just imagine all the workers and even the narrator talking to you in Austin Powers and you will get a good idea of the general feel for this game. Your Uncle Oswald comes up with a great idea to earn money - a cat wash. This isn't your ordinary pet salon type game though. Lots of cats come in, right from the start. They will request washing, drying, clipping, flea treatments, etc. and you have to manage their requests. Some cats have a preference for certain employees as well. You also must manage your employees and make sure they get enough breaks and run the right stands or they will get tired. In the center of this all, is a kitty disco floor which you can use to entertain your cats during more hectic moments. You can earn bonus upgrades such as automatic washing machines, shears to help you clip faster, catnip to offer the cats, coffee for your employees and so on. Sometimes your workers call in sick and you are shorthanded. The controls in this game are adequate but can sometimes cause moments of uncertainty but it is nothing so game breaking so as not to try this game. This really is a well conceived idea for a TM game. Lots of fun to play.
 | Added on: October 13, 2010
It's a decent enough game, but I also had "picky clicky" problems. If you need to quick fast in these games, it would be quite helpful for them to realize you've clicked without doing it five times. Cats on the ceiling were funny, and cheering up the cats on the disco floor was cute. Upgrades were helpful at first, but I'm not entirely sure how changing the workers' clothes is helpful. Mostly, it just got boring after a bit, since it's incredibly repetitive, and with the consta-click issues, I just played for a while, then uninstalled, knowing I'd never come back to play again. Probably great for kids, if they don't get upset about the picky clicker business.
 | Added on: October 12, 2010
i liked the disco theme in this game. as in some TM games there's a ton of repitition-but somehow in this one it was annoying. at some points in the game it was extremely easy and at others totally chaotic. i did find that the upgrades helped me, but this is just not a game that i loved. maybe u will...
 | Added on: October 12, 2010
The game had terrible graphics and it didn't hold my interest.
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