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Cat people- How do you stop a cat from peeing?

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#11 CarrieRN

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    Posted 23 September 2008 - 10:12 PM

    also, for getting the odor out, try scoe10x. It has an enzyme in it that will get the smell out. You have to really soak the trouble area. I've used it before and it really works if you can get the area saturated.

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    #12 Tara

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      Posted 24 September 2008 - 12:20 AM

      It's kind of a DIY method but we had to use this years ago with my cat, Madonna, when she had a bladder infection...
      take a squirt bottle and put just a couple drops of tea tree oil in it. Spray it around the areas the kitty has gone in or areas that may he or she may be attracted to.

      A few drops are very mild and won't harm your carpet/upholstery, but kitty's nose will lead her to the correct place to do her business if everything else smells like vapo rub.

      Our vet had recommended it as a mild way to get Mad back to the box and it really worked very well. I use the same method now to keep Puppy and Penguin from scratching the carpet/furniture, etc.

      #13 cougs


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        Posted 24 September 2008 - 12:44 AM

        if it's behavioral, the feliway stuff is supposed to work ... it didn't work for me, but my cat was suffering from diabetes and couldn't control her bladder.

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