Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 14, 2010
With the warmer weather, cat urine stains are activated by the higher humidity and heat. Cat owners notice the cat urine smell much more readily, because the bacteria in the cat urine is activated by the warm, moist air. If the cat urine stain is not located and treated, it will cause damage, perhaps permanent, to the surface it's on.
Most of the U.S. is now experiencing late spring and summer temperatures. Cat urine stains and odor can cost a renter or homeowner thousands of dollars in ruined furniture, floors and walls. Real estate agents who try to sell a home that has cat urine odor and stain issues often discover buyers want complete mitigation or elimination of the problem before they consider submitting a contract.
The ebook, "18 Ways to Stop Cat Urine Odor Problems" explains the most common reasons why cats stop using their litter boxes, and the corresponding solutions.
In addition, readers will find a detailed checklist they can print out and write on to help them go through all the causes and eliminate the source of the cat urine odor problem.
This ebook is for cat owners who are frustrated, stumped and mystified by why their cat won't use her litter box. Usually one or more of these 18 solutions is needed to permanently solve the problem, so kitty can stay with her family and the house and furniture is no longer damaged by cat urine.
Landlords and real estate agents may also find this book useful in solving cat urine problems before renting or selling a home.
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