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Lindalee
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From:Ma
Registered: Aug 2003

posted 08-12-2003 09:42 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lindalee     Edit/Delete Message
How do I stop cats from peeing on anything plastic? They pee on plastic bags, plastic covers, the trash can. I live w/ 7 cats plus the neighborhood cats. No matter what I wash it down w/ or spray on it, they keep peeing and spraying. HELP!!!

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MistyGirl
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From:Portland, TN, USA
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posted 08-12-2003 12:29 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for MistyGirl     Edit/Delete Message
This might sound like a really dumb question, but, do they have a proper litterbox?

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Lindalee
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posted 08-12-2003 01:57 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lindalee     Edit/Delete Message
Well, they don't but never trouble in the house, just outdoors. They're my fathers cats and we share a back porch. I have trash bags over my plastic chairs and table to them clean and a cover for my grill thats plastic and a trash can. Everyday something gets soiled. Now I have to come up w/ something to clean the cover b/c they have pee'd of it which is like fiber/felt material. Any ideas??

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MistyGirl
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posted 08-12-2003 04:43 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for MistyGirl     Edit/Delete Message
It sounds to me like it could be territorial. One cat marks it...another comes and marks over it...are they fixed?

As far as getting the smell out so THEY don't smell it...that's pretty hard. All I know is to possibly try bleach? Have you tried spraying the items with lemon juice or other sprays?

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Lindalee
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From:Ma
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posted 08-13-2003 08:01 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lindalee     Edit/Delete Message
My fathers cats are fixed but the others aren't and there are a couple of males as well as females. I'm not sure who's doing it, male or female. I used cat & kitten repellent the night before and still they pee'd. My hubby used lysol cleaner w/ alittle bleach and still they pee. I was planning to soak my grill cover in the bathroom tub but not if the're still peeing out there. I haven't tried lemon juice. Maybe I need to make a bleach/water solution to spray out there.

[This message has been edited by Lindalee (edited 08-13-2003).]

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bugaboo
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posted 08-15-2003 01:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for bugaboo     Edit/Delete Message
my cat always pee's on my bean bag chair it's fake leather...if you find out what works...share the welth lol ttyl

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