Your cat’s litter box location is absolutely critical for eliminating cat urine odor in your home:
The Right Location Means Kitty Will Use the Box Everytime
We all know in real estate that location rules. When you’re eliminating cat urine odor, the location of the litter box may be a factor.
If kitty is urinating outside the box, consider where you currently have it located. Is it:Located in a high traffic area? Near a hallway, stairs, an often-used door?Way down in the basement, where she rarely goes? Believe it or not, cats can be lazy, and as they age, the distance between here and there may affect her ability to make it in time.Near the family dog’s hangout? Dogs will sometimes watch a cat do her business, so he can eat it afterwards, but that’s another problem. We’re concerned with eliminating cat urine odor. In a room that’s not easily accessible? Is the door shut?The litter box isn’t in little Timmy or Sally’s room, is it?
Kitty must have a quiet place to do her business. The right location (according to kitty!) might be the key in eliminating cat urine odor from your home.
If you have more than one cat, you need this formula for the right amount of cat litter boxes in your home:The general rule for the minimum number of litter boxes you need is “X” number of cats + 1. So, if you have two cats, set up three litter boxes. And so on. Sometimes this simple change will eliminate the cat urine odors in your home, since the kitties think they have enough boxes.
If you’d still like to know more about eliminating cat urine odor , browse the rest of this blog. Now that you know why the litter box placement in your home is critical — allow me to present to you a solution.
If you’re looking for a more permanent way to get your cat to 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. Good luck!
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