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Starla Hicks Due July 26; Pensacola, Florida 57 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting i made a vagina.:" Shampoo the carpets? vinegar? baking soda?"

Backing soda isn't working. We don't have carpet, it's wood floor. Will try the vinegar though.

Starla Hicks Due July 26; Pensacola, Florida 57 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting *Lacey321*:" Most def get rid of the cats. what is more important? losing a child bc of un sanitary conditions or ... [snip!] ... neighbor who had cats & that was one of the most horrible stenches i have ever smell. Take the cats to the humiane society."

We're working on getting them to owners. They're a bunch of kittens. They just became old enough to be away from their mothers.

Blythe. 1 child; Indiana 22056 posts
10th Jan '13

that is so nasty. I would put them outside and not care if they ran away, that is really harmful

Starla Hicks Due July 26; Pensacola, Florida 57 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Glo♥:" Do you have a carpet? Or what kind of floor? Depending on the floor you might have to rip it out because ... [snip!] ... it soaks in you cant really get rid of it. Their urine is bad because the ammonia in it is really bad for you to breath in."

I have a wood floor.

Just Andria 4 kids; Houston, Texas 915 posts
10th Jan '13

Try hydrogen peroxide and if smell still still there use bleach. All of this is on google.

Mom of Tristan/Rayah/Keat 3 kids; Alberta 2068 posts
10th Jan '13

I had a cat that peed on my couches. Used everything I could to get the smell out. Even cleaner specifically made for it. Had to throw the couches out.



As for wood is seeps in it will have to be replaced. Seeing as you can never get the smell out of things that is why they keep going back there cause the sent is there. Get rid of your cats their urine is not good to breathe in.

Devil's Advocate Beverly Hills, California 18191 posts
10th Jan '13

You know you're not even supposed to clean up after a cat when you're pregnant right?

r a b b i t ™ 1 child; Wildcat stuck in the Cards-nation, KY, United States 27518 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Starla Hicks:" We can't put them outside, they'll run away. We're trying to get rid of them quickly. And, if we put the liter box behind the couch, they just kick the liter everywhere. "


Look for a cat rescue in your area. The cats need to be removed immediately so you can correct the problem. In all honesty, they aren't going to go far if you put them outside. Cats are notorious for travelling up to two miles plus away from home and still finding their way back. They are excellent navigators.



But seriously, the ammonia in their urine is destroying your family's lungs and immune system. It's crucial to get them out. Down there in Florida they WILL NOT hesitate to remove your children if the issue is not resolved immediately, and I would hate to see that happen to you. I personally know a woman who lost her kids because of her animals urinating in the house down in Collier County.

Starla Hicks Due July 26; Pensacola, Florida 57 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Devil's Advocate:" They'll run away? Good riddance. "

I wanna make sure the cats go somewhere where they're gunna be taken care of. They just became old enough to be away from their mothers.

Starla Hicks Due July 26; Pensacola, Florida 57 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Mom of Tristan/Rayah +1:" I had a cat that peed on my couches. Used everything I could to get the smell out. Even cleaner specifically ... [snip!] ... that is why they keep going back there cause the sent is there. Get rid of your cats their urine is not good to breathe in."

I'm working on getting rid of them.

JΔS Georgia 72755 posts
status 10th Jan '13

You need to pull that carpet up and replace it.

Devil's Advocate Beverly Hills, California 18191 posts
10th Jan '13

I'm not believing for a second that they are "just kittens" if the house has smelled like that for the length of time it would take you to "get used" to it. That's nasty.

r a b b i t ™ 1 child; Wildcat stuck in the Cards-nation, KY, United States 27518 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Just Andria:" Try hydrogen peroxide and if smell still still there use bleach. All of this is on google."


No! Bleach with cat piss would be very, very bad. Cats have a lot of ammonia in their urine, lol.

Starla Hicks Due July 26; Pensacola, Florida 57 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Rabbit
Devil's Advocate Beverly Hills, California 18191 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" You need to pull that carpet up and replace it."


Wood floors



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