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How to get urine smell off my cat?

Asked by CupcakesandTea (353points) November 14th, 2010
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I just got a kitten and she stinks! She smells heavily of urine and I don’t know how to get the smell off of her. Is there a way to get the smell off of her?

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faye's avatar

She’ll do it herself once she feels safe.

crisw's avatar

You can always bathe her with cat shampoo, although she won’t like it much!

SamIAm's avatar

I just got these wipes from a local pet boutique and they make the kitties smell lovely. They’re called Earth Bath Cat Wipes. They also make a liquid version but cats had water.

Coloma's avatar

Don’t stress her out the first week or so with a bath.

You can wipe her down with a baby wipe diluted with water and wrung out or warm washcloth with ‘Bliss Out’ catnip spray that has a light peppermint odor.

It is harmless for her if she licks herself.

Bliss out is great stuff for attracting her to her bed and toys also.

You can get it at Petsmart for around $5 and it lasts forever.

MyNewtBoobs's avatar

Give her a bath (she won’t like it), and spray some Nature’s Miracle or other odor-eater specifically formulated for cat pee. I use the cheaper stuff from Target, and it works just as well.

anartist's avatar

Dry shampoo her by rubbing cornmeal into her fur and combing it out with a fine comb. This will help clean her fur in a variety of ways.

squirbel's avatar

Wet a washcloth with white vinegar, and wipe her fur. White vinegar is safe and non-toxic, and happens to be urine’s nemesis. The vinegar smell will dissipate within 5–10 minutes.

After wiping her with vinegar, you can bathe her with a kitty shampoo to make her smell nice.

Good luck!

iamthemob's avatar

Stop peeing on your cat. ;-)

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