Useful Tips For Cleaning Cat Urine at Home
There are over 75 million cats in the USA and all cat owners know that urine stains and odor are a big problem.
When cats urinate for physiological elimination, they do it on horizontal or flat surfaces, e.g. the ground of the litter box. When they use their urine to mark their territory, cats spray on vertical surfaces. In both cases the urine may come in contact with a carpet or some furniture.
The urine of cats is of amber color, it is a waste fluid that is excreted by the kidney and contains waste products from the cat’s metabolism. The color and odor of the urine, as well as its staining potential, depend on the food the cat consumes, its age, sex, and health condition, etc.
The urine of older cats contains more plasma proteins but less uric acephalia, so it is less likely to leave