June 12th, 2003 07:38 am
I just woke up to the lovely smell of cat urine, as one of my cats peed in the bed next to me. It's seven thrity in the FUCKING morning! Now what?!?! I'm so tired...
mood: enragedenraged
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Date:June 12th, 2003 - 01:30 pm
oh dear. sounds like your one of your cats pulled a kitty. he has peed on our bed twice since we moved. i went to lie down the other night, and i called art to come to bed and as he crawled into bed, he started screaming because he had stepped in a giant puddle of cat pee. i was 3 inches from the puddle and i didn't even know! so now art and i have been taking turns sleeping on the couch because we can only bear to sleep on one edge of the bed. i pulled the sheets off the bed so we could take them to the laundromat but i don't know how to clean the mattress. last night i woke up with kitty in my spot and me in the pee spot because that naughty boy had pushed me into it. even *he* doesn't want to sleep on the pee spot.

why do our cats do this to us? when will it stop???
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Date:June 12th, 2003 - 02:25 pm
For getting the smell out of the blankets, I've found that pouring a cup of white vinegar into the wash, and then a quarter cup of baking soda into the dryer takes most of it out.

For the matress... I poured a bunch of vinegar on it, then some disinfectant, then some carpet spot remover. It worked really well for the old spot - I can't smell it at all anymore.

As for why - I wish I knew! Last time I could understand - their litterbox was icky, so they were looking for alternatives. But this time it was fine. And peeing on the bed WHILE I WAS IN IT seems to cross a line. Ugh. I feel so violated.
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Date:June 12th, 2003 - 06:26 pm
cats are sinister sometimes...

i am so glad i don't have to deal with them. Jesslynn's little dog is not quite so bad. Plus: there is no way that wee terror can jump up onto my bed.
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