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Old 06-09-2005, 12:17 AM   #11
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I think I will try the tape on the door thingy too. Just incase
I heard lemon juice keeps them away all together..Though i've never tested it.
Hence my suggestion of the quality citrus oil based cleanser....this comes by recommendation of a microbiologist I know that has 15 cats....and my personal experience over the pased 12 years with the stuff....plus it is the best household cleanser you will ever use...and completely non-toxic to pets and kids.
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Old 06-09-2005, 12:45 AM   #12
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I heard lemon juice keeps them away all together..Though i've never tested it.
As for doing it again, Rub it's nose in it, Literally :P
It wasn't her fault. She got locked in the closet (accidentally). I don't blame her for the mess.
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Petsmart sells a product callet petzyme.... its awsome! It gets out really anything organic. urine, feces, grass, blood.... I love the stuff. I put it in my carpet deepcleaner and my carpet comes out great. I am still in the process of house training our dogs, and it has been a life saver. and look on the bright side, at least it was just poo... urine gets down into the padding of the carpet and its so much more difficult to remove. I am very glad your kitty is fine... I bet she learned her lesson about closets!
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im not even gonna touch this one... lol
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