For The ‘Purr’fect Companion, Messy Pet Cat
Litter Box Cleaning
Scoop litter 1 – 2 times daily. Empty and replace litter every 1 – 2 weeks. Scrub litter boxes with a mild dish soap every time you change the litter. To keep litter boxes fresh and odor-free between litter changes, lightly mist the litter with Stain and Odor Remover as needed.
Urine Odors + Stains
Blot up as much urine as possible. Spray the area with Stain and Odor Remover. Made with natural enzymes, it attacks and digests the urine completely eliminating the stain and odor making it less likely that your cat will urinate in the same spot again.
Blot or remove as much moisture and solid matter from the carpet as quickly as possible. Do not rub or scrub the area. This will push the stain further into the carpet. Spray or pour Stain and Odor Remover on the affected area. Allow it to air dry.
Blot or remove as much moisture and solid matter as quickly as possible. Soak the area with Stain and Odor Remover deep into the cushions. It could take several days to air dry. If possible, leave the cushions outdoors in the sun to help dry them and remove odors.
Laundry Prewash and Booster
If your cat soils washable fabrics like bedding, towels or clothing pretreat or wash items with Stain and Odor Remover as soon as possible. The longer urine stays on fabric, the more stubborn its odor becomes. Stain and Odor Remover can also be sprayed on soft fabric surfaces as a “fabric refresher”.
Scratching is a normal part of cat behavior. Scratching keeps claws sharp and let’s a cat mark territory because they have scent glands between their claws. Using Pet Training Deterrent tricks a cat into thinking that it has already marked its territory, discouraging unwanted scratching.
Cats explore with their mouths making it normal for cats to chew on things. Chewing can be dangerous if a cat chews on wires, cords or toxic houseplants. To prevent chewing, apply Pet Training Deterrent on object you do not want the cat to chew.
Cats mark territory in two ways; by squatting or spraying urine. To prevent marking, spray the spot the cat is marking with Pet Training Deterrent. It’s a safe, natural formula with an herbal scent that cats don’t like. The scent will stop cats from marking that spot again.
To keep cats off furniture, start training them early. Once a cat is familiar with being on the furniture, it is difficult to train them to keep off. Pet Training Deterrent is a safe, natural herbal formula. Cats hate herbal scents. To keep cats of furniture, spray the furniture regularly.
Cats love to get into plants. For cats, plants are fun to chew, play with, and dig in the dirt. Digging is, however, messy and may dangerous because many plants are poisonous to cats. Spray Pet Training Deterrent on and around the dirt. Respray dirt as needed.