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The smell will usually lead you directly to the area where your cat has urinated, though you might have to feel around with your hands for a wet spot if it is on carpet or cloth-covered furniture, or a sticky spot if it has dried on tile, linoleum or hardwood floors.[2]
If you go to a horse store, you can get some stall neutralizer that works for the rocks. I live in the desert and so I really do not have grass. I sprinkle this every so often and it helps immensely. It will come in a 40 lb bag and it is safe for pets.
The enzyme cleaner is good with urine, vomit, and other stain caused by your pet. Can be applied on multiple surfaces like carpet, wooden floor, upholstery, and other types of fabric. Also, it uses natural enzymes for best and safest way to clean stains and remove odor. No chemical components were used. Can be used on other types of stain in different materials.
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I asked around online about what I could use and got lots of answers like “burn the couch” “buy a new one,” stuff like that, because seriously, cat pee is about impossible to get out. I decided to check out Amazon amd saw that Rocco & Roxie’s had the best reviews, it was a little pricier than other products, but cheaper than buying a new couch so I decided to give it a go.
Hi Susan! First off, are they fixed? If not, that would be the best first step 🙂 My neutered cat pees in cardboard boxes too though so I feel you. You may have to just pitch the boxes, unfortunately. I’m not a vet so I can’t say for sure why he pees in his own bed, but in my own experience with cats, he is probably doing it because he or his brother did it there once and he’s continually going back to it to urinate for reasons that I don’t fully understand. My cat has also done this and I ended up just having to forego all plush cat beds for him. I hope you can get it cleaned up. Come back and update if his behavior stops, I’d love to know if cleaning his bed helped 🙂
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Charlotte, it should work without the peroxide, but I’m having a hard time believing you can’t find it. It should be in any shop you go into right next to the rubbing (isopropyl alcohol). It’s used as a cleaner and disinfectant for minor scrapes, burns, etc.
Happy New Year & Happy New Year Smells – The holidays are over, the guests are gone and the sweet smell of pine has left our homes as we get ready to settle into a long winter of stale, cold air. There is no time like the present to freshen the air you breathe inside your home, your car,…
Now, here is my problem: I brought a stray Cat, who was in a bad fight with another animal, to a No-Kill Rescue Shelter which was about 45 minutes from my house. Unfortunately during the trip he peed in the cat carrier which leaked into the front seat on my car and I didn’t notice until I got back in my car. The smell was making me gag so bad I had to stop at a store and get something! I ended up getting an enzymatic clear which cleaned the spot but didn’t do much for the odor. Since then I have tried other enzymatic cleaners as well as Vinegar, soap and baking soda solution, as well as vinegar alone. It has calms the odor but I still smell it while in the car, especially on hot days. I will try this one with Hydrogen peroxide though. If this doesn’t work I may have to buy a new seat! Thank you for all the advice!
I have a cat who peed on his bed, and secretly in both carriers – everything comes apart so I have been running them through the washing machine but with no success smell-wise. Is there a way to turn one of these mixes into a soak or add to the laundry machine?