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Four Ways To Get Cat Pee Out Of A Mattress

A urine-soaked mattress is a situation where speed is crucial. The faster you can get to the urine, the more of it you can . . . → Read More: Four Ways To Get Cat Pee Out Of A Mattress

A dozen ways to get rid of cat pee odor (fast and cheap!)

Pop quiz: your mother-in-law is pulling into the driveway and Fluffy just sprayed the guest room carpet. What are you gonna do?!

a. shoot the cat
b. shoot your mother-in-law
c. shoot yourself

If you’re a long-time cat owner, you know that all three possibilities race through your mind. But don’t panic – there are other options. You can actually . . . → Read More: A dozen ways to get rid of cat pee odor (fast and cheap!)

Cat Shedding: 16 ways to get cat hair off furniture, clothing, and carpets

Dealing with fur on clothing, furniture, and carpets is kind of an inevitable for cat owners. If you brush your feline friend regularly you’ll have less cat hair to cope with, but a certain amount of shedding can be expected.

Here are 16 ways to get cat hair off of floors, furniture, clothing, and more:

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How to stop cats from scratching the furniture

Scratching is a natural behavior for cats – they all do it, and it’s even good for them. The degree to which this feline factoid threatens your upholstery depends entirely on your cat; some are furniture diggers and some aren’t. But if you’ve ever had the back of the chair or the arms of your sofa . . . → Read More: How to stop cats from scratching the furniture

Six ways to get a cat to stop peeing in a particular place

When it comes to outside-the-box toilet activities, some cats have a spread-the-wealth mentality; every place is fair game. But others develop an attachment to one spot and will return to it over and over. Here are some ways to convince Kitty not to use a particular place in your house as a substitute litter box.

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Help! Why is my cat spraying everywhere?!

If your daily routine includes doing a room-to-room “sniff search” to discover where Kitty struck last, you know how frustrating and upsetting cat urine problems can be. But don’t give up – there are solutions. And the first step is understanding the situation. Here are some steps to figuring out what’s really going on.

Toilet training or . . . → Read More: Help! Why is my cat spraying everywhere?!