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My cat seems to pee only on my dirty clothes. Any idea's on why? She is almost 2 yrs old, and her litter box is kept clean.
Pets may occasionally have accidents and soil your clothes or bedding with urine. Cats are not only particularly prone to this, but their urine has an odor that is very hard to remove, especially if it is dried and set-in. More than one homeowner has had a feline who chooses to use a basket of laundry as a substitute for a litter boxand loose clothes lying around a bedroom can also be a target.
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Last summer, BrickUnderground investigated the dark side of high-efficiency washing machines—specifically, why the low-water machines easy on apartment-building plumbing and the environment sometimes leave your clothes smelling like cat pee mold and what you can do about it. We hoped to find out more last week, when Maytag and Whirlpool—manufacturers of the Affresh tablets along with copious models of high-efficiency washers—invited us for the last time, we presume to a Chelsea loft to look over their newest machines. Lined up like gleaming storm troopers along the perimeter, many were the size of a typical Manhattan bathroom, with control panels more complex than our microwave sorry, no Bed Bug Cycle yet. We headed for the lab-coated engineer stationed behind a table of scientific props in the middle of the room.
Having trouble getting your cat to go in the catbox? Most households want their cats to use the litter box. So urinating on the couch, bed, wall, rugs, and ceramic tile, or in the bath tub, laundry basket, or kitchen sink is just not appropriate!
I'm going to be straight with you: I used to not wash my hands after peeing. But for as long as I can remember, chances are that if I were taking a quick break at the urinal at a bar or movie theater, I would zip up and breeze right past the sinks when I was finished. Sound gross to you? Maybe, but my perspective was that if a man showers regularly, wears clean underwear, and doesn't pee on his hands, then what does he have to wash?