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Find the cat urine spots with something other than your nose!
And finally...the last tip.
If you're in the middle of solving a cat urine odor problem, you need to track down and thoroughly clean all cat urine odor spots in your home. The hard way is to use your nose...the easy way is to let a UV blacklight shine upon all the spots in your home! When you find a spot, clean it well with a good enzyme cleaner.
Do you know your cat's urine pH balance?
You can stay on top of a feline UTI problem by testing your cat's urine at home. You use urine pH test strips, compare the color of the urine-soaked strip to a numerical reading, and bingo - you can tell at a glance whether or not you need to call your local vet to see little Muffy.
Spaying and neutering.
I'm not sure why this is so far down on the list, because this is an excellent cure for many cats who spray. Spay or neuter your feline. This does two good things:
It stops your cat urine odor problem, and you help keep the feline population under control.
Feline guests and neighbors.
Sometimes neighborhood cats or strays will come around your home, and spray the doors and windows. Your cat smells the spray, and responds in kind. Here's 2 feline repellents you can try:
Cat Stop Ultrasonic Cat Deterrent
Confine your cat to retrain her back to good litter box habits.
Confining your cat to retrain her back to good litter box habits isn't cruel. You limit the damage to one location. Put kitty in a nice area with her food, water, a clean litter box, and her favorite toys, music and videos.
When you're eliminating cat urine odor from your home, part of the process may include retraining your cat to use her cat litter box.
You'll do this by confining her in a room with her food, water, favorite toys, and a clean litter box.
You can also amuse and entertain your cat by showing her kitty videos that feature birds, squirrels, and other creatures.
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Test and treat for feline Urinary Tract Infection (UTI).
99% of cats who develop a cat litter box problem have a feline UTI. At the first sign of abnormal or non-litter box use, get your cat to the vet for a quick diagnosis and cure.
The longer your cat suffers from a feline UTI, the longer it will take to get her back into good cat litter box habits again.