November 27, 2004


I purchased a black light from Target today, and was able to see the locations where cat urine was on the carpet. I didn't see any on the couches (probably because I laundered the covers), but I did see some splatter around the toilet. So I've ordered Anti-Icky-Poo, a chemical solution designed to eat the organic material left behind by urine. I ordered it from The Cat Doctor Store because they have a combo pack for cheaper.

Posted by josuah at November 27, 2004 1:11 AM UTC+00:00

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Author Profile Pagehey dude says at November 27, 2004 1:53 AM

The Anti-Ichy-Poo supposedly contains bacterias that eat organisms. I wonder what would happen to these baterias after they clean up the poo. They are likely to stay in the room air, in the fabric, etc., I guess. It may not be good on leather, becasue leather is also considered animal product,i.e., it probably has some of the same chemical compounds as the organisms that the bacteria eat. On the other hand it maybe more practical to cover up the leather sofa with blankets when chie is not supervised.

Author Profile PageJosuah says at November 27, 2004 9:59 AM

Chie won't pee on the leather sofa. Only on the two sofas I got for free from those people who moved back to Taiwan. It may be because they smell a little funny. Also, none of them are interested in scratching on leather, only the fabric. Covering the sofa with blankets will only encourage Chie to pee there because that provides an absorbent material that he can move around.

The web site of the manufacturer of Anti-Icky-Poo states it is safe to use on leather.

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