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  1. How To Get Cat Pee Smell Out Of Clothes And Linens

    How To Get Cat Pee Smell Out Of Clothes And Linens

    How To Get Cat Pee Smell Out of Clothes and LinensWhenever a cat pees outside the litter box - the owner is facing a problem. Added to the frustration of having to deal with a potentially complex medical or behavioral problem, there is the issue of smell. Removing the smell can alleviate your...
  2. How To Get Cat Urine Smell Out Of Carpet: Effective, Non-toxic Solutions

    How To Get Cat Urine Smell Out Of Carpet: Effective, Non-toxic Solutions

    Have an issue with your furry best friend(s) and need to know how to get cat pee smell out of carpet in your home? While you are most definitely not alone, removing cat urine smell from your carpet can be one of the toughest issues you may encounter, whether living with a single cat or several...
  3. How To Remove Cat Urine Odor From Your Home

    How To Remove Cat Urine Odor From Your Home

    Do you consider your pets to be part of the family? For many of us, our pets can be considered not only as lovable little furry babies but also as our children. Well, just like children, pets can have house soiling accidents, especially when you welcome to the family a new little addition who...
  4. Solving Cat Behavior Problems: The Key Ingredient

    Solving Cat Behavior Problems: The Key Ingredient

    Some say the cat is the most popular household pet in the world. At the very least, it certainly is a contender for the title, side by side with the dog. That in itself tells us that cats are well suited for living with human beings. Their behavioral patterns are well matched to ours, so they...
  5. How To Stop Problem Chewing In Cats

    How To Stop Problem Chewing In Cats

    How To Stop Problem Chewing In Cats Everyone knows dogs will chew on pretty much anything. Shoes, stuffed toys, your eyeglasses, everything is fair game to an untrained pup. But what about cats? With most kittens inappropriate chewing can indeed be a problem. In some cases, chewing turns into a...
  6. You, Your Cat And Stress

    You, Your Cat And Stress

    Occasionally, a member posts in the cat behavior forum asking for advice on what is clearly a stress-related behavioral issue. It soon becomes evident that the member is stressed too, often not due to the cat's issue but to other life circumstances. It can be a vicious cycle: a stressed owner...
  7. When Physical Problems Turn Into Behavior Problems

    When Physical Problems Turn Into Behavior Problems

    Over the years, we've seen practically every possible behavioral issue in the Cat Behavior forum. Some of these behaviors can stem from stress, others from environmental aspects or a misunderstanding on the owner's part of the nature of felines. Still, in many cases, the root of the problem is...
  8. Six Surefire Strategies To Reduce Stress In Cats

    Six Surefire Strategies To Reduce Stress In Cats

    If you suspect your cat is over-stressed, please refer to this article first: How to tell if your cat is stressed out. Please note that your veterinarian must first rule out, or treat, any medical problems. You can still implement the stress-reducing strategies listed in this article, but...
  9. How To Remove Cat Urine

    How To Remove Cat Urine

    We regularly see recommendations for home-made formulas to clean cat urine stains here on the forums of TheCatSite.com. These formulas are widely circulated on the Internet, and typically include either vinegar or hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. Of course, many people unfamiliar with the...
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