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Cat piss

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by B, Jun 10, 2008.

  1. B

    B Bee

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    So a couple of days ago my cat decided to pee on my GTA4 map that was on the carpet.

    The map is a goner and I cleaned the carpet with soap and hot water, but that didn't take away the smell. Yesterday I got a big bottle of Vanish Carpet cleaner and I cleaned it again, but that didn't work out as planned and now it smells like cat piss and chemicals in here. :mad:

    What can I use to clean the carpet and most of all get rid of the horrid smell?! (something not too chemical and that doesn't ruin the carpet!)

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    oh hi!
     
  2. Kantham

    Kantham Fool.

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    OMG. :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
    I stopped reading right there in laughter.
     
  3. NeoNite

    NeoNite Worst hack fraud ever

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  4. Zur

    Zur surrealistic mad cow

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    Is your cat male or female ? If he's a male then it's best to get him operated as he will urinate in places to mark his territory. The strong smell is from pheromones and not bacteria.
     
  5. Exus Tecius

    Exus Tecius like diamonds in the sky

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    ahaha :lol::D.
    ty for a good laugh B.wasnt much on such a mood though.
    well...that is badluck idd.:D
     
  6. B

    B Bee

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    Ah well it happens.. :)

    It's a female cat and according to her passport she's 14.
    We (me and the cat!) moved to this new appartment about a month ago. I figure she just needs some time to adjust, so it's not really that strange she pees in the wrong place. I'm glad it's just this one time so far.
     
  7. GotBeer?

    GotBeer? The nozzle is now calibrating

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    I can't read NeoNite's links, so I'll suggest visiting the local petshop. They'll have a few different products designed specifically for your situation. I've never faced that situation, so I have no recommendations. My cats just puke randomly on the carpet, or a rug if it's an otherwise bare floor. Never on the kitchen or bathroom tile, or on the concrete basement floor. They'll actually go out of their way to puke on a rug - I've seen it happen.
     
  8. Twisted Metal

    Twisted Metal Anfractuous Aluminum

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    I would try some Febreze or other furniture/carpet odor remover. If not, gasoline and matches always does the trick.
     
  9. GotBeer?

    GotBeer? The nozzle is now calibrating

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    Why do you always jump straight to killing the cat?
     
  10. B

    B Bee

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    Neonite's links are about how to remove the smell and teaching your cats to use their bin. (thanks neo! :))
    I've used the method described in the first link, I covered the stain with washing powder (contains enzymes) added water, brushed it in a bit and covered it up with a plastic bag. After 24 to 48 hours I have to remove the bag and clean up the powder and let it dry. So more on this tomorrow! :D

    lol @ gotbeer, my thoughts too, why set the cat on fire?! :con:
     
  11. Hadmar

    Hadmar Queen Bitch of the Universe

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    You got that wrong. You don't set the cat on fire. You set your nose on fire. After that you won't have problems with bad smells anymore.
     
  12. briach

    briach ಠ_ಠ DaReTaL ಠ_ಠ

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    Just sit back and enjoy the buzz from cat piss and chemicals
     
  13. Gumby

    Gumby Pretty in Pink!

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    1001 and Vanish Oxy Action did the trick last time an animal felt the need to relieve himself on my carpet!
     
  14. AMMAGETSVM

    AMMAGETSVM wild

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    over here we got this stuff called nature's miracle.

    it's good for removing nyo flavor from teh carpet. I'm sure you guys gotta have an equivalent of this product over there...hopefully...good luck
     
  15. Jacks:Revenge

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  16. Wild Weasel

    Wild Weasel New Member

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    We had ours fixed and that never stopped him from marking his territory.
     
  17. pine

    pine Official Photography Thread Appreciator

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    Yeah, that stuff actually works really well. Though it's not much of a miracle.... simply organic chemicals reacting with other organic chemicals. ;)

    B, that's a gorgeous cat. :tup:
     
  18. thewalkingman

    thewalkingman ssssssssssss bugger!

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    So when did your cat become a game critic?
     
  19. m00naY

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    Urine off is what you need. You can get it at a Vet office near you. Stuff actually works. It come in a black bottle. And its not the cheapest stuff. And you can use a black light to find other spots you cat might hide too.
     

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