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Q: Cat odor ( Answered,   2 Comments )
Subject: Cat odor
Category: Family and Home > Pets
Asked by: micki9-ga
List Price: $2.50
Posted: 03 Nov 2002 17:56 PST
Expires: 03 Dec 2002 17:56 PST
Question ID: 97735
How can I remove the stain and odor from my sofa after my cat has
urinated on it? How can I prevent this from happening.
Subject: Re: Cat odor
Answered By: skermit-ga on 03 Nov 2002 18:50 PST

I saw Jay Leno crack a joke about this same problem, and remembered
their name... Planet Urine. They're a company which specializes in pet
urine stain/scent removal. Their product page (linked below) has
special kits ready to remove stains/odors and some even include
blacklights to get at the "invisible stains" which cause pets to
urinate on the same spot eventhough you've "cleaned" it up. They also
have a guide on keeping your cat happy so that future accidents are
kept to a minimum. That's linked to below as well. Hope this helps!

Search Strategy:

"cat urine" "stain remover" on google:

Additional Links:

Planet Urine's product page:

Planet Urine how to keep your cat happy guide:

Planet Urine's secure order page:

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Subject: Re: Cat odor
From: highroute-ga on 03 Nov 2002 19:03 PST
The product I use to clean up cat urine is Nature's Miracle, from Pets
'N People, Inc. It is widely available.

Preventing it from happening? As my vet (um, rather, my cat's vet)
tells me, an encyclopedia could be filled with research into that
question. You are well advised to start by taking your cat to the vet
to have it tested for a urinary tract infection. While you are there,
discuss the issue with your vet.
Subject: Re: Cat odor
From: bl00d-ga on 03 Nov 2002 20:40 PST
We use Nature's Miracle as well (though for dogs), and it works
excellently.  I believe its active ingredient is some sort of enzyme
that breaks the urine up, but regardless it leaves carpet and
furniture stainless and odorless.

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