Fuck you, Merlin|
At some point this morning, my landlady's cat has come into my room, and pissed on my bed. Right by the pillow, so I'm going to have to get 2 sheets (one pretty damn new), two pillow cases and a pillow to stop smelling of cat piss.
Well done, cat - you've just earned yourself the right to never be allowed into my room again, ev4r.
EDIT: Said cat is now scratching on my door, as if I'm going to let her in. Yeah, right.
NOTE TO SELF: Think of a way to prevent cat from entering room when I am not present.
Current Mood: unimpressed
Current Music: Zombina and the Skeletones - My T.V.
Ugh, that is awful. Once a place smells like cat pee, they are liable to continue peeing there, too. So don't ever let the cat back into your room or you'll be buying lots of sheets and pillows.
Do you know whether the cat is fixed or not? I had issues with my two female cats peeing in inappropriate places until they were fixed... and magically, I've never had a problem since.
I think she is not :/
Helen was talking about breeding her.
That should not have made me laugh ... but it did.
Still sucks lots :/
I guess it is pretty funny...
Talking of anti-cat prevention methods DON'T put up an electrified fence. Heard about a guy doing that round his garden fence and the first cat that tried was electocuted! Was the neighbour's young daughter's kitten, seemed he made the voltage a little too high!
Must.. not... laugh.... LOL!!
sounds like good advice for me :p lol!!
The door is closed when I'm not in. That's not the issue. Nor is the scratching.
The catnip idea's a good one, but it doesn't really solve anything - the cat would still be peeing on things.
|Date:||March 8th, 2007 01:06 pm (UTC)|| |
Get a dog. A really big one!!!!
-Rid spouting useful ideas since just now
|Date:||March 8th, 2007 01:11 pm (UTC)|| |
Bumeye that cat!
Essential oils: black pepper, anything citrus, and lavendar to take the edge off if you need it.
Sprinkle liberally in doorway (we used it on a rug our cats were crapping on). Repels many cats, and also neutralises/overpowers pee smells.
mint or lavender should work, but not on all cats. You can just use it on your doorway, but its more effective if you say, spray it around the room, or on the things that you don't want them on. Water spraying helps when you are home, but not so much when you are not home. We use a product here called A.O.E, which creatively stands for Animal Odor Eater. It works really well.
|Date:||March 8th, 2007 06:08 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: Bumeye that cat!
Hehe your room is gonna smell like girls...
|Date:||March 8th, 2007 06:07 pm (UTC)|| |
A likely story... I bet you just wet the bed, really. You just don't want people to know, so made up this story about the 'cats'. Mmhm. I'm onto you...
Yes, because I pee from my head...
|Date:||March 8th, 2007 06:13 pm (UTC)|| |
I always knew there was something funny about you...
Nasty, but the oils/scents is probably the best way to go..Short of beating it 'till it never enters your domain again.
Olbas oil is a good one,as well as cloves.
Or you could buy an ultra-sonic cat deterant device :D
If you do ,make sure its a decent one. Cheap ones tend to use the same frequency of sound that attracts rats.
I had a cat called Merlin. It was male and did not do the vile thing your version of a Merlin has. I am glad of this. Also I wish you well in not having a room that smells like cat piss.
- Crump, being helpful