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    Default Cat pee on couch!

    Arrrgh so frustrated. My cat peed on the couch a while ago. She had just been spayed and just peed where she was sitting....

    Our couch doesn't have removable cushions and it was obviously right in the corner.

    I've tried all sorts of things. Baking soda, carpet cleaner, some odour remover stuff from the pet shop... Nothing seems to have made a difference to the smell. I don't know what to try next....

    Help!!

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    Bicarb leave it on overnight

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    Professional cleaning? Only other option is hope that in time it will fade. My sympathies... I have cats and have always owned cats since I was a child.. It happens to all of us at some stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daysta112 View Post
    Bicarb leave it on overnight
    Did that last night. It might have taken some of the smell out but it's still very smelly.

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    You can get a product called Urine Off or Urine Free and it helps neutralise the smell. There is also a similar product in the supermarket pet sections - come in a grey spray bottle with orange label. Coco and something?

    Works for dogs - not sure about cats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    Professional cleaning? Only other option is hope that in time it will fade. My sympathies... I have cats and have always owned cats since I was a child.. It happens to all of us at some stage.

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    We can't afford professional cleaning but I was considering trying one of those rug doctor things you can hire. I'm just not sure how well it would work considering it must be really soaked in.

    I'm so frustrated at her as it wasn't while she was still coming out of the anaesthetic. It was a couple of days later while she was still inside recovering. Now I'm not sure I can trust her to not go in the same place seeing as she will smell it there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    You can get a product called Urine Off or Urine Free and it helps neutralise the smell. There is also a similar product in the supermarket pet sections - come in a grey spray bottle with orange label. Coco and something?

    Works for dogs - not sure about cats.
    The stuff I got from the pet shop is called p*ss off. I'll have a look for the other stuff but I think it's not working because it can't actually get right down to where the smell originates.

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    Drench it in the stuff and then lots of sunshine?

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    White vinegar is supposed to cut out the pee smell.

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    my cat used to pee EVERYWHERE! someone suggested that i should tie up the kitty next t it's litter box for atleast a week. Did itl WORKED!!!


 

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