Cat Urine Removal Carpet Tips

August 31, 2010 :: Posted by - kittyluver :: Category - Behavior

If you’re a kitty lover like me, then you may also suffer a lot like me especially with the cat’s urine smell. Many of us don’t know what to do with cat urine smell, on one hand there is the love for the cat but on the other how can one live in a house that smells of cat urine. Some of the cat owners can notice that their cat urinates in the carpet. It is a Herculean task to get rid of the cat urine odor removal from carpet.

About Cat Urine

The Cat’s urine is organic and it tends to give out a strong smell. Cats like to pee in different places because they want to mark their territory. Urine of the cat is composed of uric acid, urochrome and urea. The uric acid is the element that emits the stink smell. Urochrome is the pigment that gives color to the urine. Urea is the component that makes the urine sticky. Urine of the cat can cause the bacteria to accumulate on the carpet and make the environment unhygienic.

Properties of the Urine of Cat

Urine of the cat can destroy the hardwood floor because the wood can effectively absorb liquid. To clean up the urine, you should use an absorbent cloth to wipe out the urine soaked area such as the cotton cloth that can absorb the liquids well. The paper towels are used if you do not have cotton cloth. If the urine stain does not disappear, you can use a damp cloth to wipe it again.

How to Remove Cat Urine Smell from Carpet?

Most of the owners seek the help of different products available in the market to get rid of urine smell from the carpet. But most of them don’t know about the locally available items that will help to get rid of the bad odor from your carpet soiled with the urine of the cat.

Hydrogen Peroxide

Household cat urine removal carpet cleaners can be applied on the area that is stained with the cat urine. You can spray the hydrogen peroxide cleaner on the stained area to remove the stain. The odor will eliminate after you sprayed the hydrogen peroxide cleaner.

Vinegar

Vinegar will work as an effective cat urine removal cleaner as well. To use vinegar to remove the stain, you have to dilute it with about 30% of water. After that, you must pour in the vinegar mixture into a spray bottle and spay on the stained area. The urine will blot off by itself after a few minutes.

Ready made Carpet Cleaners

Many pet stores sell the cat urine removal carpet cleaners. The urine cleaners are formulated from special ingredients that are designed to eliminate the bacteria and remove the stain. Popular brand name urine cleaners include Nature’s Miracle and Stain Gobber.

Besides, you can use the carpet stain removal cleaner to remove the bacteria and enzymes from the urine of the cat. The carpet stain removal cleaner will make it easier for you to clean up the urine on a heavy-duty carpet.

Cat Biting- a different form of communication?

August 26, 2010 :: Posted by - kittyluver :: Category - Behavior

Like many other forms of communication, biting is also a different form of communication especially noticeable in pets like Cats. The signs of cat biting are different in adult cats and kittens. While adult cats communicate that they no longer want you to touch them giving them feeling that they are threatened and the kitten will start biting as it is another form of play along with wrestling and scratching. Another sign of communicating through biting is hunting instincts, those that are evident from their natural defensive mechanism.

 It should start with kitten stage to learn and practice your cat refraining from biting your hands. The hunting nature of cats makes them naturally seek their food without any practice. This ability of cats should be carefully picked up as they may turn aggressive on you if you least neglect and hurt you within short notice period.    
 Many of us who have seen cats and played with them will find their petting induced violent behavior. During your cat petting, take note of your cat suddenly biting you and you will feel strange of its behavior. This is because the cat wishes to communicate to stop petting. During petting, it might also seem that cat sexually aroused by continuous movements to the body. Sometimes if there, is some unknown pain, during petting the pain would have shown up causing still painless situation for the cat. If you can closely observe the cat’s giving away signals like lashing its tail, making violent sound, absence of purring, turning of ears or shifting of body position. Sometimes, when another animal treads into his vicinity also, the cat rouses angrily and defends for its area.

It is not always right on the issues discussed above, it imparts necessary advice to check with your Vet about your cat’s health issues, if there is any and lastly check on their behavioral issues. During their kitten stage, provided you closely teach your cat how to behave, allow the cat to adjust itself to you by your caressing movements and activities towards it.

Cat Urine Removal Home Remedy

August 15, 2010 :: Posted by - kittyluver :: Category - Behavior







The Cat urine removal home remedy is an alternative to the stain removal cleaner bought from the stores. The biggest advantage of using a cat urine removal home remedy is that it will not produce side effects. The resources for the home remedy found in the home allowing you to make the best use of them and there is no need to purchase them. Some of the home remedies that are frequently used include vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, enzymes and Gerbera Daisies plant.

 

Vinegar is a common home remedy that can remove the cat urine stain. Before applying the vinegar, you have to wipe up the spot with a dry cloth. After that, you should pour the vinegar solution on the carpet. The making of the vinegar solution is easy mixing of one part of vinegar and two parts of tap water. You should allow the water and vinegar solution to remain on the spot for some time. After a while, you can blot it with rag cloth and paper towel. You should keep on wiping the spot for several times until the cat urine stain is completely gone.

 

Hydrogen peroxide is a simple treatment that you can use to remove the cat urine. You have to pour the hydrogen peroxide into a bowl. The recommended dosage of the hydrogen peroxide is 15 ounces. Mix the hydrogen peroxide with some liquid soap and baking soda and apply to the affected area stained with cat urine.

 

Enzymes are also a popular cat urine removal home remedy. The enzymes are unavailable in pet stores; the janitorial stores offer enzymes at an affordable price. In enzymes the protein element, that with similar function to urea, break down the elements of the urine so that the stain and odor can be eliminated.

 

Besides, plants such as Gerbera Daisies also help in removing the cat urine. Gerbera Daisies is naturally absorbent to the ammonia found in cat urine and thus it can remove the cat urine odor.