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Urinating on the Duvet

Arline

Savannah Super Cat
I have not tried it. Where do you get it? Is it expensive?
Never mind, looked it up on line and reviews are not that good. Think I'm gonna stick with what works for me right now. Maybe other have used it though and really like it. Thanks for suggesting it though.
 

Gryphoak

Savannah Super Cat
I thought I'd update everyone on Calyx's duvet problem. We changed out the natural fill duvets for a man-made comforter for a couple weeks and put an extra litter in our master bath. He did not have any accidents so we put the silk duvet back on the bed a couple weeks ago. And... there has been no more urine! We will try the down duvet when the fall comes. Fingers crossed he has broken the habit!
 

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Paige
Staff member
I thought I'd update everyone on Calyx's duvet problem. We changed out the natural fill duvets for a man-made comforter for a couple weeks and put an extra litter in our master bath. He did not have any accidents so we put the silk duvet back on the bed a couple weeks ago. And... there has been no more urine! We will try the down duvet when the fall comes. Fingers crossed he has broken the habit!

Great news!
 
I have to agree with Paige - down seems to be irresistible for cats to pee on. I've not heard of silk being an attractor before but then, I've never known anyone with a silk duvet before. I think it has to do with the animal content so silk would fall into that category. I'm afraid you might have to put away these items and switch to man made products. BTW, what enzyme cleaner did you use? Not all enzyme cleaners are equal...
My little stinker Niko-san loves the 'v' between the cushions on the sectional and anything tempurpedic
 
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