Cats may start spraying or avoiding the litter box for several reasons. It could be because of a medical condition, stress, old age, or they may just be trying to tell you something through a cat behavior problem. It’s important to take your cat to the veterinarian to see if it is a medical condition. If it is a medical condition, treating the condition should help solve the problem. Learn more about Cat Urination Issues Related to Cat Health Problems. There are usually causes for these cat urine problems.
Cats have a keen sense of smell, so you need to use a good cat urine remover to help avoid repeat “accidents”. Not only do you need to clean the cat urine area, but you will also need to neutralize the odor. The ammonia smell in urine attracts animals to urinate in the same place, so the key is to eliminate the odor with a good cat urine remover. Continue reading
The most important tool to have available when you’re preparing to clean cat urine is an effective cat urine remover. This is an essential part of the cleaning cat urine process – without an effective cat urine remover you may not get rid of the cat urine odor, or even the cat urine stain, no matter how hard you try.
If you’re not able to get rid of the cat urine odor your cat (or any other cats or pets in the household) may keep returning to the same spot to pee. The ammonia smell in cat urine draws animals to pee in the same place. Once this happens it starts to get more difficult to clean the affected cat urine area. Continue reading
In my experience a good enzyme cleaner is essential when you need to remove pet stains, including urine. Enzyme cleaners break down the chemical nature of the cat urine, they don’t just cover up the odor like some cleaners, they actually help remove it.
They also work really well on a number of other pet-related stains, like those that come with the infamous hairballs, and even non pet-related stains like a coffee stain on the carpet. A good enzyme cleaner is an essential item if you have any pets. Continue reading
Having a better understanding of something, no matter how unpleasant it may be, can help you better handle it. Understanding how to remove cat urine may hot be the most fun topic, but unfortunately it may be an important topic to understand if you have one or more kitties in your household.
Cat urine is the liquid waste that is produced during the metabolic process and excreted by the kidneys. Cat urine is generally amber in color, which creates the stain, and as you probably know from experience has a strong odor that is difficult to get rid of. Continue reading