What Removes Cat Urine from Carpet? Is it That Easy?
A cat might urinate on the carpet for a variety of reasons. These reasons include a cat being stressed or scared, a cat marking its territory, a female in heat, an un-neutered male or a sick cat. You should try to catch your cat in the act to find out whether he is urinating or spraying. Spraying is when he raises his tail and urinates backwards. Cats usually choose vertical objects like furniture or walls to do this, because of the angle, but if he sprays on the wall, it can drip on to the carpet and create a foul odor and an amber colored stain. If you have a cat it is useful to know what removes cat urine. If you don’t want to purchase a specialist cat urine removal product or if you don’t have one to hand, you can follow these steps to remove cat urine from your carpet. Blot up as much of the urine as you can, using an absorbent paper towel or a dry cloth. Press down firmly for about 30 seconds but don’t rub because this will spread the stain. If you are treating fresh urine rather