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how do you get rid of the smell of cat urine?

Sam PigottSam Pigott Staten IslandMember Posts: 141
one of my cats has been urinating all over the house and i was wondering if anyone knew of a good product to get fid of that smell...an y suggestions would be awesome......please help!

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  • Calindy MannCalindy Mann Member Posts: 173
    Accepted Answer
    You can get cleaning solvents at pet stores designed to remove pet odors but cat pee is VERY hard to get rid of. Even if you can't smell it any more kitty still can and will go in the sopt again. If it's carpet you should probably have it replaced as pee soaks into the padding underneath. If your kitty is a boy and not fixed then he's marking and if you get him fixed then that should stop. If kitty is a girl or fixed boy then kitty may have a UTI or other problem, a vet visit can see what is the cause for the bad behavior. if there have been any changes in the house, new pet or person, kitty may be doing this out of stress. Whatever you do don't "punish" kitty for this by rubbing her nose in it or any simmilar tactic, unlike dogs this will only make kitty resentful and make her do it more. Also try putting out more litterpans in other places and clean them often, kitty may be picky about her litterpan's condition and location.
  • Accepted Answer
    You could try Simple Solution. Our mom uses it for us, and it seems to work pretty good.
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