Next doors Tom has sprayed in my car!!

(10 Posts)
5608Carrie Thu 21-Apr-16 15:44:05

I did a favour for next door and picked up their Tom cat from the vets.

It has feline Aids and it has sprayed urine over my car.

Please tell how to get rid of the smell.

thecatneuterer Thu 21-Apr-16 15:48:55

Simple Solution from Pets at Home. Get them to pay for it! I take it it's a neutered tom so we're only talking regular cat wee smell, not full-on tomcat pong?

thecatneuterer Thu 21-Apr-16 15:49:39

Not that regular cat wee smell isn't bad enough in your car of course - I should know - my car regularly stinks of it.

5608Carrie Thu 21-Apr-16 15:56:34

No not neutered and my two neutered ladies are not impressed!!

thecatneuterer Thu 21-Apr-16 16:17:53

I'm outraged, on both your behalf and the cat. Do you know why it's not neutered? This is why it has AIDS in the first place of course, and continuing to not have it neutered will mean it's spreading it to all the other cats in the area.

RiverTam Thu 21-Apr-16 16:22:50

I would take it to a rescue centre as a stray and get it neutered. Unneutered toms are an absolute menace, and as a pp said, is why it's got feline hiv which it's no doubt spreading around.

5608Carrie Thu 21-Apr-16 16:27:20

It is a farm cat. Quite elderly and now obviously ill too. It's owners are very elderly and ill too.

Do you think its a risk to my neutered, vaccinated, pampered ladies?

5608Carrie Thu 21-Apr-16 16:28:54

I don't think it could be neutered now. It has just been under anaesthetic and took hours to come round, they had to keep it an extra night it took so long to come round.

CointreauVersial Thu 21-Apr-16 16:32:34

Ohh, you have my sympathies.

DSis's cat did that to my car (and I couldn't believe the gallons of wee that poured out of him - he must have been holding on for hours), and I never did quite get rid of the smell. I ended up selling the car (with the help of copious amounts of air freshener).

thecatneuterer Thu 21-Apr-16 16:53:35

No it won't be a risk to your neutered ladies. If it's just been under anaesthetic it would have been a five minute job to lop its balls off at the same time. I'm really surprised the vets didn't insist on it given its FIV status.

It could still be done now. It can be done at any age.

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