Cat owners, don't you love the smell of urine?

Discussion in 'Pets and Animals' started by Michael Phelps, Aug 4, 2013.

  1. Michael Phelps

    Michael Phelps Am I being detained?

  2. Meliai

    Meliai Banned

    that's the worst thing about owning a cat. I'm a big fan of indoor/outdoor cats. I can't handle litter boxes.
  3. Tyrsonswood

    Tyrsonswood Senior Moment

    I use a pelletized pine sawdust litter, it traps the odor.
  4. SpacemanSpiff

    SpacemanSpiff Visitor

    cat owners

    ~ smelled by non cat owners from miles away
  5. Michael Phelps

    Michael Phelps Am I being detained?

    Sweet! I can make little car air fresheners, or I guess they would be air urin-izers with it. Thanks for the tip!
  6. *Autumn*Epona*

    *Autumn*Epona* Hemptress

    No litter boxes here....kitty door instead. They have to go, they go outside, do their business and return. Voila! ......BUT, we are on a 50 acre farm, not for the urban kitty.
  7. arachne88

    arachne88 Guest

    I use that "world's best cat litter" (made of corn), pretty good at staying un-stinky as long as it's scooped out regularly. Between that and febreeze room spray and either there isn't really any pee smell or I'm so used to it that I don't smell it any more.
  8. wiccan_witch

    wiccan_witch Senior Member

    Prefer it over any smell that is the result of a dog.
  9. Jo King

    Jo King wannabe

    I don't understand litter boxes
  10. Justin_Hale

    Justin_Hale ( •_•)⌐■-■ ...(⌐■_■)

    Helps clear the way for full pheromone transmission (smell) to other cats, etc.
  11. Kaleidoscope

    Kaleidoscope Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    I never really had a problem with this when I had a cat because it used to stay outside during the day and come in at night.
  12. Justin_Hale

    Justin_Hale ( •_•)⌐■-■ ...(⌐■_■)

    Yeah, spraying the rims and tires on my truck.

    And the front door of my apartment, even though it didn't live here, and I'd never petted it once.

    Territory overkill..:sultan:
  13. littlebook

    littlebook Member

    all of my cats are indoor.

    yes it's bad.

    but I couldn't imagine letting my cats outside. they could get hit by a car, get diseases, there's just so much that could go wrong..

    i can't believe people let there cats roam outside.. smh.

    GLENGLEN Lifetime Supporter

    I Live With 6 Cats, 5 Birmans, And A Massive Cream

    Tabby Called "Big Arnold", My House Has 2 Cat Doors And All Are Free

    To Come And Go As They Please...:).

    We Live In The Middle Of Just Under 800 Acres, So There Are No Probs

    With Roads, The Only Prob Here Is In Summer With The Occasional


    My House Does Not, And Never Has, Smelt Of Urine In The 30 Years

    I Have Lived Here...:).

    Cheers Glen.
  15. Tom1

    Tom1 Member

    Wow... 800 acres... sounds like an amazing and ideal place you live Glen!

    I have a pure white longhaired cat. She is a indoor cat. Always has been and is very happy and healthy.

    Id hate to think of brushing and cleaning the dirt from her coat. She is also deaf so fo them reasons she wont be going out. But she does have free reign of a large house so shes plenty of room to run around.

    As for the smell of cat pee. We use wiod pellett litter and change it every few days. The smell of cats piss is horrendous.

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  16. littlebook

    littlebook Member

    that is a lot of acres.. lol
    if someone has a lot of open land then maybe go for it.. but otherwise it's cruel.. especially in city conditions..
  17. littlebook

    littlebook Member

    your kitty sounds so pretty! :3
  18. Tom1

    Tom1 Member


    GLENGLEN Lifetime Supporter

    I Have Had White Cats, None Of Which Had Any Hearing

    Problems, I Always Thought That A White Cat Had To Have Pink

    Eyes To Be Deaf, Yours Clearly Hasen't...:).

    Cheers Glen.
  20. Tyrsonswood

    Tyrsonswood Senior Moment

    Looks like Raith, He passed away quite a few years ago... (Oh! Yeah... Raith could hear just fine.)

    My cats have always been indoor kittys. Even living in the woods has it's danger... specifically hawks and their kin.

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