Cat odour 'eliminators'

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10 years 10 months ago #28170 by Andrea
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Hi -- I have found Odarid, Odorex, and the Simple Green cat stain and odor remover. Does anyone have any experience of these and which might work best? We have a new male (desexed, but not till he was sexually mature - NOT my choice, but he was dumped here at approx 8 months old, and we had him desexed as soon as he was tame enough, and before he started spraying) cat added to the 2 brother cats (who are a year older than he). He gets along fine with the mellow brother, but is still fairly intimidated by the pushy brother. He uses the one litter box (we have since been told by our small animal vet that we will probably need 2 litter boxes, as boys will often not want to pee where the boss cat has peed), but only if we lock him in a room with it, by himself. We're getting another litter box later this week. He has had a few accidents in the house, and we want to be sure we get all the smells out, and I'm sure there will be a transition with the new litter box...

So, that's the long and the tall of it, [;)]. Which one works best? I have Neutradol at home, but the smell of it makes me want to retch...

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10 years 10 months ago #385691 by The Kats Place
I find each of my cats prefer their own litter tray and won't use it if someone has been there first.
What sort of litter are you using?
I had a carpet cleaner that was a pet smell deodoriser and can't remember the name, in a bright pink bottle and I got it at the supermarket. If the name comes back to me I'll post it here. I have used odorid in the cattery also. it was OK.

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10 years 10 months ago #385696 by Toast
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Odarid - wonderful.

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10 years 10 months ago #385706 by Andrea1
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We have used pellet fire pellets in the past, and those are great and cheap, but leave a bit of a mess all over the carpet. With 3 indoor cats we go through a bit of it, as it gets changed out probably every day. Now, in an attempt to reduce the mess, we're using the Breeder Celect paper pellets. Not anywhere near as messy, but still have to change out every day.

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10 years 10 months ago #385719 by The Kats Place
there is a pellet called Kitty do that is very reasonable and has a slight pine smell, and can go in the compost, you use a lot less of it, just a coveing in the bottom of the tray. My inside cats each have their own tray which I change daily.

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10 years 10 months ago #385725 by linda
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Odarid is THE best for any scent removal.
The Police kennels have used this for years.

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10 years 10 months ago #386434 by Dream Weaver

Andrea;379390 wrote: We have used pellet fire pellets in the past, and those are great and cheap, but leave a bit of a mess all over the carpet. With 3 indoor cats we go through a bit of it, as it gets changed out probably every day. Now, in an attempt to reduce the mess, we're using the Breeder Celect paper pellets. Not anywhere near as messy, but still have to change out every day.

The fire pellets are absolutely brilliant arent they Andrea. Know of a few cat breeders are using them to now. We use them for our Ragdoll kitten and also the old geriatric cat uses one at night and her pee stinkis just cause she is old. Odourid is brilliant, there is also a spray one one you can use when they pee on the carpet or floor.

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10 years 10 months ago #386451 by Andrea1
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Hi, smilie -- nice to see you! I think we're going to go back to the fire pellets as soon as the paper pellets are used up, as the wood ones absorb odour WAY better than the paper ones. They make more of a mess, but I really hate the way the house has begun to smell like a poorly looked after cattery... Was meant to collect 2 covered cat litter trays yesterday, but when I got there, they had sold the last one! Not many shops have them, as there seems to be a shortage for some reason... Anyway, will keep trying.

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