Sale on Urine Cleanup Products Ends Tonight at Midnight!

All Anti Icky Poo cleaning products (Anti Icky Poo, P-Bath, Stain Remover) are still on sale!

Sale ends at midnight tonight,
Thursday October 2!

 

If you’ve used Anti Icky Poo urine cleaner before, you know it works! If you are new, get ready to be delighted – this is THE ONE that really works. How and why does it work? It literally eats the urine proteins and gases, which means odor is gone baby gone! For your nose and the cat’s nose. You might need P Bath to pre treat if you used anything anti microbial in the past or if the stains is especially old and gross. Generally Anti Icky Poo alone is enough to remove the yellow, but if it wasn’t enough, then get Stain Remover. Reclaim your home! Get rid of that awful kennel smell!

Sale on Urine Cleaning Products Still On!

All Anti Icky Poo cleaning products (Anti Icky Poo, P-Bath, Stain Remover) are still on sale!

But act fast, the sale ends in 3 days at midnight
on Thursday October 2.

 

If you’ve used Anti Icky Poo urine cleaner before, you know it works! If you are new, get ready to be delighted – this is THE ONE that really works. How and why does it work? It literally eats the urine proteins and gases, which means odor is gone baby gone! For your nose and the cat’s nose. You might need P Bath to pre treat if you used anything anti microbial in the past or if the stains is especially old and gross. Generally Anti Icky Poo alone is enough to remove the yellow, but if it wasn’t enough, then get Stain Remover. Reclaim your home! Get rid of that awful kennel smell!

Urine Cleaning Products Still on Sale!

All Anti Icky Poo cleaning products (Anti Icky Poo, P-Bath, Stain Remover) are still on sale!

But act fast, the sale ends in 8 days at midnight on Thursday October 2.

If you’ve used Anti Icky Poo urine cleaner before, you know it works! If you are new, get ready to be delighted – this is THE ONE that really works. How and why does it work? It literally eats the urine proteins and gases, which means odor is gone baby gone! For your nose and the cat’s nose. You might need P Bath to pre treat if you used anything anti microbial in the past or if the stains is especially old and gross. Generally Anti Icky Poo alone is enough to remove the yellow, but if it wasn’t enough, then get Stain Remover. Reclaim your home! Get rid of that awful kennel smell!

Sale on Urine Cleaning Products!

All Anti Icky Poo cleaning products (Anti Icky Poo, P-Bath, Stain Remover) are on sale! But act fast, the sale ends in 10 days at midnight on Thursday October 2.

If you’ve used Anti Icky Poo urine cleaner before, you know it works! If you are new, get ready to be delighted – this is THE ONE that really works. How and why does it work? It literally eats the urine proteins and gases, which means odor is gone baby gone! For your nose and the cat’s nose. You might need P Bath to pre treat if you used anything anti microbial in the past or if the stains is especially old and gross. Generally Anti Icky Poo alone is enough to remove the yellow, but if it wasn’t enough, then get Stain Remover. Reclaim your home! Get rid of that awful kennel smell!

Why do cats like to sneak into attics or basements and spray? Our advice & products to the rescue!

Dear Cat Faeries,

We have been letting our cats “play” in the attic area (for some reason, they really want to be in there), and have just discovered they have been doing more than playing in there.
:( Nasty!


Those naughty kitties! This isn’t surprising, but don’t be angry with them – get your hands on a few bottles of our Anti Icky Poo urine cleaner (on sale now) which will get rid of the urine and odor.

I feel the reason they do this is that the smells up there are intriguing, and they know you don’t go up there often. It’s similar with basements or garages, or crawl spaces. Also those rooms don’t always have the insulation that other rooms of your house have so smells from outside waft in. Sometimes what your cat smells are from animals who are traveling through your yard or garden (and doing their business there too).

Another reason they suddenly want to go into your attic is that you’ve got mice or rats. You’ve either got them now or you recently had them. The smells of their little bodies and nests, plus their droppings can lure cats to such rooms or spaces in the house. When your cat can access where mice or rats have been they like to pee on top of those odors.

You might set rodent traps. What will dictate the type of trap you buy will depend on your view of trapping mice. Some people like what’s known as a humane trap so they release the mice to a field. Other people want The Terminator Method. Because the Hanta Virus carried by mice scares me, we like The Rat Zapper which your local hardware store probably carries or can order for you. The Rat Zapper can be used indoors and outdoors.

When you set any type of traps make sure that the room/area is completely closed off to your cats, dogs, and children.

Here’s Cat Faeries fail-safe bait recipe for any type of trap:

1 cookie (it can be stale)
1 bit of peanut butter (“the glue” for the next two crucial components)
1 Macadamia nut (mice and rats cannot resist them)
1 small piece of black licorice (they adore this too)

Have you ever noticed your cats staring at heater vents? Or worse, peeing on them? The heat ducts in your home are highways for mice! And yes, you may pour Anti Icky Poo down a heater vent – it’s not flammable. Just turn off the heat for the day or few days you are treating it with Anti Icky Poo.

So now we have yet another reason to have Anti Icky Poo always on hand. If you don’t have any more why not order a few fresh bottles?

How to clean Cat Faeries cat toys

Dear Cat Faeries,

My cat’s favorite toys (yours!) are yucky and gross with saliva and other gunk from many months of love. Can I put them in the washing machine?

Love, Diane and the feline fur-kids

Dear Diane and Furry Friends,

Daphne speaking, feline cat toy aficionado and connoisseur…

WHAT?! Wash them? Goodness NO! Do you know long it took to get those beloved toys to smell pretty to a cat? We love to drool on them which makes them extra nice and adds to the heavenly scent of our catnip! But I understand if you feel they are looking a bit ragged.

Don’t put them in the washing machine or even soak them in a bowl of soapy water. You’ll ruin the catnip inside, you could get mold – eww! Dampen a wash cloth and give them a sponge bath. This will remove impacted cat fur, dust, and other ickies. They may still show saliva spots – but don’t worry, to us that’s beautiful!