CAT PEE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!

posted 7 years ago in Pets
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

http://www.petdiapers.com/

This is all I can think of, I had a friend who train her kitty to use the toilet using one of those special kitty toilet seats but that really doesn’t help you problem right now.

Post # 4
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

ew dude LOL I had a cat who sprayed and he was super annoying, luckily he only lived with me for a little whille as I was cat sitting. We just invested in some really good cleaning products from the pet store. It was like an orange/citrus scent so he wouldn’t pee there again because he didn’t like the smell!! Good luck!

Post # 6
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Use baking soda to clean up the smell and place moth balls or cloves of garlic around where you dont want him peeing. Also consider closing him up in a bathroom or laundry room at night or when you go out.

Post # 8
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@Sweet.Sugar.Rose: I have never seen a cat eat them. They tend to hate the smell so much it drives them to the far end of the house lol. We used them sometimes with fosters but I guess it is possible he could eat them. I don’t know your particular little terror lol. I just know my little monsters shied away from them.

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I would clean the stove with baking soda and a mild detergent like Ivory dish soap. You can make a paste and let it sit for a while. Cats generally don’t like walking on foil, so you can line the stove with aluminum foil to keep him away from that area. 

Also, peeing outside the box can be a sign of a medical problem like a UTI. The boy’s behavior may just be the fact that he needs to be neutered, but it is worth getting him checked out very soon.

Post # 11
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I have zero experience with gas ovens/stoves, so please get additional advice if that’s what you’re dealing with.

I use a baking soda paste (minus the detergent) to clean my actual oven. It never wipes totally clean, but it’s safe to heat, which causes it to flake and be easily wiped away. So if the cat pee is on the actual electic burner, I would just let the baking soda paste (minus detergent) sit for a while, wipe it off as much as possible and then let the rest “burn” off. It might smell a little odd, but it’s better than kitty pee.

Anywhere that doesn’t heat directly (not the actual coils) and is reasonably easy to wipe clean should be safe to use the detergent, too. The detergent might not even be necessary, though. You can always save that for a second cleaning attempt.

Don’t forget to take out the burner pans and raise the entire stovetop to clean below it. I bet the cat pee trickled down into these areas.

 

Post # 13
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

I’m not really sure what you can due to stop your cat from spraying but I would strongly suggest not using mothballs. Mothballs are highly toxic and are poison to cats and dogs (and people actually). There has been cases of animal dying due to both eating and being exposed to high levels of mothball fumes.

Post # 14
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

Vinegar is supposed to work too.  If you google it, there are lots of things about it.

Post # 15
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

vinegar would be my best guess unless you buy the enzyme cat pee remover.

When Darling Husband and I first got married and rented a house we had a male cat that went through puberty and started spraying…….after that, he was an outsidebarn cat. I will never in my entire life own a housecat again. I despise cat pee!!!!!!!! I have such a heightened sense of smell I would be in a deep sleep and would wake up as soon as he used the litter box or peed on his corner that he always sprayed. That cat and I had a love hate relationship lol. Sorry to jack your thread!

Post # 16
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

@MrsRuby:  2nd Ruby’s suggestion… vinegar to kill the smell for you, and Nature’s Miracle to kill the smell for the cat.  Use the vinegar first, THEN the NM because although vinegar cancelles out the pee smell in a human’s nose, apparently it smells similar to urine to animals, and can acutally encourage them to mark the same spot.

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