The Cat Spraying Insider helps you save money and stop the damage in your household by offering solutions that work together to eliminate cat urine odor from your home.
If you’re a cat owner like me, you need to have a clean-smelling home. Even the most well behaved cat may have an accident from time to time. On the other hand, if you’re frustrated by your kitty’s chronic litter box problem like I was with my kitty, Scout, then I have answers and solutions for you.
You won’t have to take time away work and your family to take kitty to vet, trying to figure out what’s wrong with her.
You’ll be happier, because the cat urine odor is gone. Your family will also be happier, since there won’t be any more tension over kitty’s toilet habits, and your time will be freed up to enjoy your feline and family again.
Hi, I’m Emily.
My cat, Scout, was constantly urinating outside her litter box. I just about went crazy trying to figure out how to eliminate the problem! I was unhappy, because my house smelled so terrible! I found at least one cat urine stain or spot outside the litter box every single day!
I spent tons of money replacing rugs, chairs, a couch…even ductwork! I spent an entire weekend ripping out carpeting that was absolutely ruined by cat urine stains and odor from Scout.I spent over $3000 USD replacing furniture and rugs.I spent nearly $1000 USD replacing the ductwork that was filled with Scout’s odor.I spent hours searching for and removing cat urine odor from my home, from the basement to the top floor.
I’ve been the caretaker of 18 sweet kitties for nearly 30 years, and thought I had learned just about everything anyone could ever want to know about keeping my feline friends happy, but I learned a few more from your informative site! Thanks Emily for providing valuable info, and I’ll be checking in regularly to find more wonderful tips.— Renee Michaels
Finally, we figured out why Scout stopped using the cat litter box: She was diagnosed with a feline Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). Every time she urinated, it was painful. So Scout stopped using the litter box, hoping to get away from the pain.Scout is an incredibly skittish, anxious kitty, and she urinated around the house to mark spots for her comfort.Scout didn’t like the litter we using, nor did she approve of the different litter box locations in the house.
I’ll show you what works to solve your cat urine odor problem. Scout went from urinating daily everywhere except in her box, to using it so consistently I don’t have to run around the house and check for cat urine odor anymore! Eliminate the cat urine odors and stains permanently: try Cat Spray Stop.
Do you remember when you had an odor-free home? When you took a deep breath, and didn’t regret it? I’ll review four good enzyme cleaners that remove cat urine odor from your home. Discover a sure-fire way to encourage problem kitties to use their cat litter box again at the end of this post.
I’ll tell you about a brand of cat litter successfully encourages 98% of problem cats to start using the litter box again. Stains and odor don’t exist, since kitty now uses her box again.
I’ll show you how to find the litter box kitty will use consistently. Also, did you know the litter box location in your home could be the key to getting your cat to use the litter box again? I’ll outline some ideas for you to try. Discover how you can stop the damage and save money by successfully retraining your cat to use her litter box again — give Cat Spray Stop a read today.
Eliminate cat urine odor by keeping Kitty in one location to learn how to use the box again. I’ll outline a method you can use that’s worked for other cat owners.
The cat urine smell in your house is driving you crazy. It’s embarrassing, and overwhelming, but most of all, it STINKS! Usually when you find kitty’s latest offering, Murphy’s Law dictates it’s in a place that requires you to bend, stoop, and contort your body in ways you normally wouldn’t. Simple tests you can do at home to check your cat’s health – to see if she needs to go to the vet for further examination.
I’ll show you how urine pH test strips are easy to use – just collect a sample from kitty and dip it in urine! You can test as often you like, and it’s easily done on YOUR schedule, not the vet’s.
You won’t need to take time off from work to take kitty in to the vet, since you do it at home. Kitty is not stressed – she’s safe at home. No more waiting for test results – see instantly what the pH values are. Then, you can decide (based on the value read) if you need to call your vet.
Some cat owners try to solve the problem by banishing the cat permanently outdoors. While that may solve the owner’s problem, it creates new ones for kitty herself. She’ll hang around the door, desperately trying to get inside at every opportunity. You’ll develop new frustrations by constantly being on guard to shoo kitty away.
If she isn’t used to being an outdoor kitty, she’s at grave risk of getting injured, sick, or even killed. If her shots aren’t up to date, she’s at significant risk for rabies, feline leukemia, and other disorders. Diet changes that keep your cat’s urinary tract healthy – urinary infections cause cats to stop using the cat litter box.
There is quality dry and canned cat food that contains DL-Methionine, which keeps the urine pH balance at 6.6 so crystals don’t form. Crystals cause UTI, and this is why kitty urinates outside the box. These food are low in magnesium, which will help keep the crystals from forming. You’ll eliminate cat urine odor since Kitty will use her box regularly again.Natural homeopathic remedies to reduce your cat’s anxiety, which will stop her marking outside the cat litter box.
One reason why your cat won’t use the litter box is anxiety.
Natural flowering essences are available that relieves kitty anxiety – she is calmer, and trusts you. These homeopathic, natural remedies are colorless, odorless liquid drops that mix in with food or water twice a day to fool kitty in taking what’s good for her!
These remedies are safe for cats and humans, with no side effects. They’re easy to administer in food or water, and they work within 24 hours of first dose.
A U.V. blacklight detects cat urine spots anywhere in your home that cannot easily be seen by your eyes alone, so it finds the spots you cannot see, but smell. If you use the black light, and you find and clean the urine spots quickly, it decreases damage to floors, carpeting, bedding, and furniture.
A black light is easy to use – I’ll show you how to effectively use to get rid of cat urine odor in your home. Eliminate cat urine odor by understanding the behavior that causes your cat to urinate outside the litter box.
I review a few good reference books you will want to keep on hand to understand your cat’s behavior, since behavioral problems rank right behind physical illness as the reason why cats stop using the cat litter box.
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In order to eliminate cat urine odor, you may have to combine several solutions. Sometimes one solution alone will work, such as simply changing either the location or type of cat litter box your cat uses. You might try a different brand of cat litter, and discover that solved your cat urine odor problem.
In other cases, the problem might be a medical issue that could take a few weeks to cure. Once the medical problem has been diagnosed and kitty is healthy again, you might need to retrain your cat to use her litter box.
Once you’ve identified the source of your cat urine odor problem, you can tailor the solutions you’ll find here to quickly solve the issue. The goal is to get rid of cat urine odor in your home and re-establish your happy household for you and your kitty.
Please note: I am not a veterinarian! The Cat Spraying Insider is not intended to provide specific, individual veterinary advice or diagnosis. You should consult your veterinarian with specific questions about, or for specific diagnosis of your cat’s health and behavior. I regret that I cannot respond to individual inquiries about feline health matters.
After you’ve followed these steps — you shouldn’t be having such a big problem with stray cats spraying any longer. If you’re looking for a more permanent way to get these cats to actually stop spraying — which I recommend most of my blog readers to do — give Cat Spray Stop a try. Created by Susan Westinghouse, a vet and cat specialist, Cat Spray Stop is an all-encompassing guide designed to help you stop cat spraying in your home in as little as 30 days using a unique method called the TTS method.
I have tried Cat Spray Stop with great results, and have also published a review of it over here.
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