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White vinegar, poured on liberally - the room will smell like a chippy for a few hours, but it will neutralise the smell that you can smell, and the smell that the cat can smell! that will attract it back to the same spot.
the dh brought this litter home because it was cheaper than catsan he will learn
The Sainsbury's delivery just before Xmas had a substitute litter. I just refused automatically saying 'Oh No, he won't like that' and the delivery driver looked at me as if I was demented.Clearly not a cat person.
thank you. have soaked it up, wasnt a lot i think i caught her as she started. will give it a scrub asap and yes they are little buggers
Clean it up with hot water and washing powder.Go back to your old litter ASAP. Little beggars aren't they?
changed litter bad idea cat hates it and has just weed on carpet help! shes a spayed female if that makes any odds
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