Prevention Is Better Than Cure
It’s easier to stop something happening in the first place than to repair the damage after it has happened
I used to work in a Pharmacy and this is the quote my manager would use
Have you heard of it?
What has this quote got to do with how to get rid of the smell of Cat urine?
Let me explain
Wouldn’t it be better for you as a Cat parent that your Cat just stops spraying everywhere?
Instead of cleaning up after him/her all the time?
I mean that’s not the solution to this problem right?
Do you want to spend the rest of your life with your Cat cleaning up Cat urine?
That’s not fun right?
Hard days work and you come home to the foul smell of Cat urine
You got some cleaning up to do!
You must be wondering – “What is the solution to this problem? How can I get my little furball to stop spraying?”
More about that later on so carry on reading
Because first I’m going to talk about how you’re going to learn how to get rid of Cat spray smell
And then how you can actually put a stop to this behavior…. forever!
What do I mean by Cat Spray Smell?
It’s the time when your Cat wants to mark his territory
Different to Cat Urine because Cat Urine looks like a puddle but when a Cat sprays it’s drops of urine and trust me. such small drops of urine give out the strongest smell!
You must know what the smell is like otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this article
Enough about how bad Cat urine odor is
Let’s get cracking on how we can get rid of this smell!
Let’s dive straight in
(Make sure you check out the end of the article as I recommend the top 8 Cat urine removers you should buy in 2019!)
As a Cat owner… I mean a Cat slave! (You and I know it, we’re their servants Lol)
I love my Cat
I love him to bits.
And I’m sure you as a Cat owner (Slave) love your Cat too, right?
Otherwise you wouldn’t have one in the first place (obviously)
I mean who doesn’t love Cats! They’re too cute and adorable and once we “own” them (We really don’t because they own us!) they become family.
They become very close to us that we can never imagine life without them
They’re such fun and provide us with entertainment with their curiosity and just being themselves
But it’s not always like that right?
Because when your Cat sprays and marks their territory, there is no denying the strong odor that will affect a large area of your home, even though if the problem area is small.
This can really frustrate us Cat owners!
It actually makes us want to tear our hair out!
Drives us crazy!
Especially if we can’t locate where our Cat has sprayed and we are literally sniffing everywhere to look for any urine marks.
Like a Police Dog searching for drugs!
I know the feeling and can strongly relate because my Cat does this too. (Well used too) I found a solution! More about that later on
The worst thing is, coming home from work and your Cat has decided he wants to play a game with you – “Where have I marked my territory?” and let’s face it, it’s not a game we would want to be playing!
Well, I got some good news for you because in this article you are going to learn how to get rid of Cat spray smell
If you can see where your Cat has sprayed then you are very lucky and can clean it up immediately!
However, once the urine has dried then you will have to try to sniff your way to the smell or use a black UV light
How to get rid of Cat spray smell
Once you have found the problem area then it is very important to take some care to remove the urine as completely as possible – not just because of the strong odor smell that makes it feel like it’s destroying your nose! But also to discourage your Cat from thinking the spot is it’s bathroom.
There are organic compounds which are found in Cat pee which can pose some problems when removing the odor.
Some of the compounds are water soluble however the uric acid is not only capable of binding to nearby surfaces but it is also not soluble by water.
When you do find fresh urine you should
- Wipe up the urine from hard surfaces with a paper towel and then use that same paper towel to wipe any marks found on furniture or rugs. I would recommend not to use cloth unless you are okay with throwing it away after use
- Your best choice for removing Cat urine would be an enzyme cleaner. Why? Because these cleaners are specifically designed to to break down the uric acid into Carbon dioxide and ammonia which will basically off gas naturally afterwards
- When using enzyme cleaners do not try to rush the drying process because this can interrupt the normal diffusion of the carbon dioxide and ammonia.
- When choosing enzyme cleaners – use the best available because the inexpensive cleaners usually requires it being used more than once before they actually remove the odor of Cat urine. I’m sure you would want to get rid of Cat urine as quickly as possible.
- When using the cleaner then let the enzymes really do their job. You can do this by soaking the area that’s affected with cleaner.
- Let the enzyme cleaner stay on the area for around a quarter of an hour. You can then blot it up and let the spot dry off naturally.
Rugs are usually the most common area a Cat may urinate however your Cat may also urinate on Clothing, beds or sofas. You should use the same procedure on these as you did on your rugs.
Enzyme cleaners which has been used on slipcovers or clothing should be washed separately
Spray marking will be found on surfaces which are vertical for example a door or a chair leg.
You can check out my list of Top 8 Best Urine Odor Removers You Need To Buy In 2019
If you have found where your Cat has peed or marked his territory then it is important you act immediately.
I personally believe, instead of waiting for the next accident to happen and then going through this whole process again, it’s better that we as Cat owners learn why our Kitty is urinating someplace else other than his litter box because in reality your Cat should be using the litter box right?
We need to understand our Cat and why they are behaving in a certain way and then tackle the problem from the root
If we do this then I’m positive that you’ll have a very stress free life with a clean smelling house! (Not that our Cats give us stress but urine odor is the worst smell ever!)
Otherwise you’re buying this UV light and this urine remover and going around in circles spending money after money.
It can get quite expensive and we wouldn’t even realize!
It can get worse too
Relationships can get strained
You love your Kitty, but this problem has got family members saying to get rid of your Cat
So you have no choice but to consider giving up your little furball
But the will never happen because they’re family
This all causes stress to both you and your Cat
Having your Cat spraying everywhere can cause emotional stress
But what if I was to tell you
You don’t need to get rid of your Kitty?
Or relationships will not get strained?
Or you can come home knowing it is not going to smell like Cat urine?
Yes, you can keep your Cat indoors and not worry about him spraying on your expensive curtains
Or urinating on your beautiful Rug
Like I mentioned earlier, it’s important to tackle this problem from the root
What do I mean by that?
Well, why is your Cat spraying?
What is causing this behavior?
You have to play detective mode
I know it’s not easy
It can be difficult
But not to worry
Because you can put a stop to this behavior without doing all the research!
No more googling here and there and feeling overwhelmed with all the information
It can get confusing
Remember the quote at the beginning of this article?
Prevention is better than cure
Here’s the solution to your Cat spraying problems!
It’s a guide I discovered called Cat Spraying No More
I personally bought this guide myself and let me tell you it’s awesome!
It is a guide/system you can follow to stop your Cat from spraying permanently
This guide goes real in depth about how you can stop a Cat spraying
You can find out more by reading my Cat Spraying No More Review (This link will take you to my review page. I actually have written a very in depth review about what this guide is all about. The pros and cons and how it can help you from stopping this behavior. Go check it out)
I review this guide after purchasing it myself
(I got this for $37 – But they have a $10 OFF deal, scroll down to visit the link)
My Cat would spray everywhere in the house
And it’s so difficult understanding why he’s spraying
The internet doesn’t help too
One website says do this and another website advises to do something else!
This wasn’t helping me
It got to a point where my family members were telling me we can’t have him anymore!
That was NOT going to happen
Thankfully it didn’t 🙂
That is why I recommend checking out Cat Spraying No More
I unfortunately paid the full price but there seems to have a offer going on
It’s $10 off the original price
There’s also a $10 OFF coupon code
I don’t know if this still works but you can find out by clicking here
That’s pretty much $20 OFF the original price!
And here’s me that paid the full price (Lucky you)
You don’t have to follow a guide to stop a Cat from spraying
But are you prepared to cleaning up Cat urine all your life?
I mean you’re investing in cleaning up products that will cost $20 bucks or more
And how long will that last?
Wouldn’t it make much sense to actually invest that money into a guide that will teach you how to stop your Cat from spraying forever
One time investment
Oh! I forgot to mention
You get a 60 day yes 60 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!
Now that’s awesome
Read my review and see what it’s all about
Click the link below
Don’t forget the special offers with this guide
$20 OFF the original price.
I’ve mentioned it in my review which you can check out by clicking here
Go work, go out for a meal without the constant worry that your Cat may have sprayed somewhere
Prevention is better than cure 🙂
Oh and If you want to get the best product to remove Cat urine odor then check out my article where I recommend the top 8 Cat urine removers that will remove the smell of Cat urine… FOREVER