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    P. Lane
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    Hi, there!

    I clean my house and cat boxes daily but my Uncle still swears there is a "cat smell" that not even orange scented PineSol or triple scented candles can "hide". I personally don't smell anything but I'm angrily told that I'm "used to it". *shrug* I have no idea what he's talking about but is there anything for cat "smells"?

    I did a search on the website for "cat" and found some interesting things, just not what I was looking for. Perhaps I need to use different search words? If so, which ones? Deodorizer?

    Thanks in advance,
    P. Lane




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    Idodc@aol.com
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    In a message dated 12/10/2007 1:25:15 PM Eastern Standard Time, peninah_lane@juno.com writes:
    I have no idea what he's talking about but is there anything for cat "smells"?

    Simple solution for cat spray/urine petsmart sells it...

    I am a cat rescue with LOTS of cats... this stuff works

    alana




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    herberkids3
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    Spray vinegar around in the fabrics- carpet, drapes, furniture, etc,

    to help get rid of the scent.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "P. Lane" <peninah_lane@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > Hi, there!

    >

    > I clean my house and cat boxes daily but my Uncle still swears

    there is a "cat smell" that not even orange scented PineSol or

    triple scented candles can "hide". I personally don't smell anything

    but I'm angrily told that I'm "used to it". *shrug* I have no idea

    what he's talking about but is there anything for cat "smells"?

    >

    > I did a search on the website for "cat" and found some interesting

    things, just not what I was looking for. Perhaps I need to use

    different search words? If so, which ones? Deodorizer?

    >

    > Thanks in advance,

    > P. Lane

    >










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    Gypsum Moon
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    Tea tree oil, diluted in water, sprayed in the

    offending areas - spray, let dry, spray again,

    repeat a few times - ought to help.


    Perhaps Uncle's nose is over-sensitive? <g> I'd

    give him the bottle of diluted tea tree and

    tell him to have at it!


    Cindy in KS



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    sweetelle_99
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    Perfumed cleaners only mask the odor and then your house smells like

    cat and oranges. Enzyme products work well from what I understand. Pet

    smart is good place to purchase it. They also have good tips to remove

    and keep your home smelling fresh with multipul pets.



    http://petsmartbebettertogether.com/solutioncenter/



    Regards, Elle



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "herberkids3" <herberkids3@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > Spray vinegar around in the fabrics- carpet, drapes, furniture, etc,

    > to help get rid of the scent.

    >










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    me ow
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    We have 8 cats. wow! I have to say that for people

    who have cats, its hard to tell that the cat smell

    really smells. We used Tidy cat for years and I could

    not get the smell out of the house. I happened to

    visit a friend one day who has 8 cats and I couldn't

    smell anything. I asked what she used. She told me.

    nature's miracle. After a year of trying different

    cat litters, I gave in to trying nature's mircle. I

    bought it at the local Petco or Petsmart. It really

    works, but I will be honest. Its costly. We have to

    scoop twice a day but the cats love it. I think ti

    really depends on what you want to do. If the cat

    smell does not bother you then don't worry about it.

    We entertain a lot and I could not see continuing on

    with the cat litter smell. Pine sol does not usually

    cut it or orange or even candles. the candles usually

    cover so much but the urine smell is undeniable.

    --- "P. Lane" <peninah_lane@juno.com> wrote:



    > Hi, there!

    >

    > I clean my house and cat boxes daily but my Uncle

    > still swears there is a "cat smell" that not even

    > orange scented PineSol or triple scented candles can

    > "hide". I personally don't smell anything but I'm

    > angrily told that I'm "used to it". *shrug* I have

    > no idea what he's talking about but is there

    > anything for cat "smells"?

    >

    > I did a search on the website for "cat" and found

    > some interesting things, just not what I was looking

    > for. Perhaps I need to use different search words?

    > If so, which ones? Deodorizer?

    >

    > Thanks in advance,

    > P. Lane

    >









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    armstrca
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    <DIV dir="ltr" align="left"><SPAN class="086125718-11122007">Simple green is a great cleaner and deodorizer.






    From: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Budget101_@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of sweetelle_99
    Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 8:40 AM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Budget101.com : Re: Cat Smells



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    P. Lane
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    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">I wasn't going to admit it but .. I have nine cats. LOL 3 adult girls and 6 kittens [plus 2 frogs (a third on the way), a lizard, a beta fish, and four dogs and, well, ... http://roamingwranglers.blogspot.com...ch-sucker.html LOL]

    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">I've tried big and small grain clay, crystal, pine cat litter and even regular top soil/dirt from outside. I wound up going back to Tidy Cat because it smelled less and didn't get as nasty (thick goo stuck to the bottom of the cat box). I've tried using plastic liners but they get torn easily and then I just can't justify the expense. There are 3 cat boxes (2 in my bathroom, 1 in my son's bathroom) and they get cleaned in the morning and before bed.

    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">Having 8 cats, I think I'm inclined to go with your recommendation.

    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">--------------------------------------------------------------------
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">Re: Cat Smells
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">Posted by: "me ow" whoopzdaisy@yahoo.com whoopzdaisy
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">Tue Dec11,2007 10:36am (PST)
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">We have 8 cats. wow! I have to say that for people
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">who have cats, its hard to tell that the cat smell
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">really smells. We used Tidy cat for years and I could
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">not get the smell out of the house. I happened to
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">visit a friend one day who has 8 cats and I couldn't
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">smell anything. I asked what she used. She told me.
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">nature's miracle. After a year of trying different
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">cat litters, I gave in to trying nature's mircle. I
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">bought it at the local Petco or Petsmart. It really
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">works, but I will be honest. Its costly. We have to
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">scoop twice a day but the cats love it. I think ti
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">really depends on what you want to do. If the cat
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">smell does not bother you then don't worry about it.
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">We entertain a lot and I could not see continuing on
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">with the cat litter smell. Pine sol does not usually
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">cut it or orange or even candles. the candles usually
    <SPAN style="font-family:'Tahoma';font-size:10pt;">cover so much but the urine smell is undeniable.



 

 
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