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03-15-2012 05:57 PM
hdxbones
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Originally Posted by JEREMYTJ View Post
Just got a 99tj and i am trying to get the smell of cat pee out of the seats ive tryed frebreeze and even sanded and rinolind inside but i can steal smell it.. and suggestions
I gave my neighbor's cat away....................

03-15-2012 04:11 PM
robbiecc wife beleives in odoban from home depot, i beleive in a crossman pump master(bb/pellit gun) i only use a few pumps for stray dogs, cats, squirrels and any other obnoxious creature that wanders in. i live in a semi rural area and get a variety of critters. i do have an in/outside cat that likes to sleep on my soft top-he also knows what the water hose is. he keeps pretty much to the yard(big) and keeps the mice and other cats at bay. neighbors don't seem to mind him either since they know the good he does-but beleive me, he came to us as a stray and if he gets destructive/obnoxious he'll go on a 1 way ride.
03-15-2012 02:26 AM
JEREMYTJ I got a quiet blow gun woth sum nasty tips live in town so gotta play my cards right.. thanks for the tips
03-15-2012 12:35 AM
ombilly If that odor stuff doesn't work, rent an ozone machine. I used to detail semi rigs, you wouldn't believe the smells those things have. The machine changes the molecular structure of odor causing molecules and makes them inert. Put the machine in your sealed car for a couple of hours and turn it on. Be aware that you don't want to do this in a non-ventilated area.

I got out smoke smells from smoke damaged vehicles that were parked next to a house that burnt down. They're not that expensive to rent for a day.
03-15-2012 12:06 AM
2002TJ P.S....Forgot to mention how to deal with neighborhood cats.

You can often borrow humane small animal traps from local shelter...Some charge deposit....if not, and you have big cat problem, buy one...install trap in rear tub the night before trailing and bait it with tuna.......take cat trailing-leave cat on trail
03-14-2012 11:57 PM
2002TJ Super cheap. buy it almost anywhere...make a note

Hydrogen Peroxide

50 cents a quart at WalMart.

How do I know this? Easy, I hit a skunk one night on my Harley and got splattered with skunk guts and piss all over me and scooter....I stank so bad I puked.

Had laptop in shop so fired it up and googled it.....Plain old hydrogen Peroxide!...Hell, I had two quarts in the front bathroom because I use it to brush my teeth and as mouthwash (don't swallow it)

I stripped down, ran in the house, grabbed the stuff and ran back to the shop. There I washed myself down using shop towels..Threw on some coveralls and started scrubbing the worst of my new Road King.....Waited to next day and scrubbed leathers after I bought more Hy/PX.

The stuff really worked. Friend, if it will kill skunk piss odor, it will do same with cat piss.
03-14-2012 12:22 PM
silver165 i had the same problem, just keep soaking it with cleaner dry it soak it, scrub it, soak it, basically just keep cleaning. what helped me a lot was the cheap seat cover i had on it. it soaked up most of it an i threw it away.
03-14-2012 11:26 AM
pjfargo My first thought when reading the title was cat blood .
03-14-2012 09:38 AM
JEREMYTJ Thanks for all the suggestions! I caught that cat in my jeep so i got rid of it and 5 more them basterds came to his funeral lol jst gonna buy a hardtop
03-07-2012 09:38 AM
Tommy2Times
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Originally Posted by Tommy2Times

I do have raccoons in my trash, or had. I rigged the tops on really well and put moth balls around everywhere. They only worked for so long. Now my trash cans are kinda caged in and I spray chemical deterant around the trash area and yard. If it persists, i'd humanely trap and release them far far away. I see no point in killing because of a nusence.
As far as dog safety at work. We're allowed to do whatever we need to to protect ourselves. Mace. A sawed off baseball bat and everything but a gun. I work very close the the most dangerous city in america a few years running. Camden new jersey. Dogs area a very dangerous and common problem. They're not pets. 99% of the time here. They're fighting or protection or guard dogs. I still can't bring myself to kill or injure them, not their fault they were the ones raised and trained by the real wild animals.
03-07-2012 09:14 AM
Tommy2Times
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Originally Posted by TJDave
Dear Cat Lover,

If you truly love your cats, I am sure you are a responsible owner and keep them indoors. If they are not indoor cats, I am sure you don't let them damage your neighbor's property, if you truly love your cats.

I do not let my dogs run free, so they can jump in the neighbor's Jeep, or boat, and pee all over the seats and carpet.

I do not allow my dogs to hop the fence, dig a hole, and bury turds in the neighbor's carefully planted garden day after day.

If I did allow that, I should not be surprised if they did not come home one day.
Indoor cats. Still with their claws. Yes.
03-07-2012 09:13 AM
Tommy2Times
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Originally Posted by TheTJRod

I am totally a dog person and if a dog bit me your damned as hell I would hit that dog and I would not blame you for doing so either. Though since your in the delivery service I bet you have regulations to keep from getting sued. Also I'm sure most of the posts are talk.

So tell me what would you do if a racoon got in your trash every day and peed on your jeeps seats. It doesn't matter that it's a cat doing it, its that a 'wild' animal is damaging your personal property.
I do have raccoons in my trash, or had. I rigged the tops on really well and put moth balls around everywhere. They only worked for so long. Now my trash cans are kinda caged in and I spray chemical deterant around the trash area and yard. If it persists, i'd humanely trap and release them far far away. I see no point in killing because of a nusence.
03-07-2012 07:55 AM
denisbaldwin I've used simple green and it works well too. Let it soak in, scrub out.
03-07-2012 07:42 AM
SpoiledRotten
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Originally Posted by Gate53 View Post
I once had a lilac bush that was about 8' by 10 '. Two old ladies were walking down the street while I was trimming it and asked me how I got it to do so well. When I replied that I fed it cats they didn't want to talk to me anymore but it sure was a pretty bush. (and well fed too) I always thought the best way to get those cat prints off a car or Jeep was a Benjamin Pellet rifle.
I like that thinking! Too many irresponsible pet owners. Most think their pet wouldn't do anything to anyone else's property, or don't care. What they are actually saying is that I like my pet but don't love it enough to keep it out of harm’s way if it gets caught by the neighbor doing something that it shouldn't be doing.
03-07-2012 07:39 AM
SpoiledRotten
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Originally Posted by Garlandxj View Post
I got two outdoor cats. One is scared of her own shadow and won't jump up in a vehicle. The other loves to sleep in my Jeep. She is also the neighbor hood bad ass and keeps all other cats clear of my yard. She won't pee is anyones car, now I have seen her pee behind a car. Of course they had an oil leak and had a big pile of cat litter on the driveway. She just thought the neighbors were nice and made her an outhouse.
Typical cat owner. I guess your perfect cat doesn't shed either.
03-07-2012 07:01 AM
dabolt55
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Originally Posted by TJDave View Post
Dear Cat Lover,

If you truly love your cats, I am sure you are a responsible owner and keep them indoors. If they are not indoor cats, I am sure you don't let them damage your neighbor's property, if you truly love your cats.

I do not let my dogs run free, so they can jump in the neighbor's Jeep, or boat, and pee all over the seats and carpet.

I do not allow my dogs to hop the fence, dig a hole, and bury turds in the neighbor's carefully planted garden day after day.

If I did allow that, I should not be surprised if they did not come home one day.
I totally agree with you, we have a neighbors cat that comes to everyones house and messes in some way, I believe you need to treat them like their your kids, and have respect for other peoples hard earned properties, nothing like getting a new soft top just to have it kneaded on and poke holes in it. also the peeing on rims, what's up with that..smells terrible..
03-07-2012 06:53 AM
Another Guy In A Jeep
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Originally Posted by orange05tj View Post
I had my rollbar padding and cover in a bag in my garage and a rat moved in the bag. I've bleached, soaked, febreezed, Lysoled and soaked again and it still smells like a dead animal. Its almost unbearable
I hang my soft top stuff from the rafters using rope. I don't want any mice getting into my stuff.
03-07-2012 06:45 AM
Arch Stanton There is a feral camp that hangs around where I live and likes to pee on the windshield. It lift a big pile of puke on my soft top one morning, which was a hassle to clean. I left my window down one night and early in the morning when I opened the door there was a cat sleeping in the passenger's seat, fortunately it didn't take a pee. However, it gave a good start when it jumped out.
03-07-2012 06:14 AM
TJDave Dear Cat Lover,

If you truly love your cats, I am sure you are a responsible owner and keep them indoors. If they are not indoor cats, I am sure you don't let them damage your neighbor's property, if you truly love your cats.

I do not let my dogs run free, so they can jump in the neighbor's Jeep, or boat, and pee all over the seats and carpet.

I do not allow my dogs to hop the fence, dig a hole, and bury turds in the neighbor's carefully planted garden day after day.

If I did allow that, I should not be surprised if they did not come home one day.
03-06-2012 11:31 PM
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03-06-2012 11:11 PM
TheTJRod
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Originally Posted by Tommy2Times
As a total cat lover, and totally not a dog person, I kinda laugh at these posts and really do hope it's all talk. I really do. As much as I wanna punt every dog on my delivery route, I usually get bit because I couldn't hurt am animal, pissing on my seats or trying to bite my ass.
I am totally a dog person and if a dog bit me your damned as hell I would hit that dog and I would not blame you for doing so either. Though since your in the delivery service I bet you have regulations to keep from getting sued. Also I'm sure most of the posts are talk.

So tell me what would you do if a racoon got in your trash every day and peed on your jeeps seats. It doesn't matter that it's a cat doing it, its that a 'wild' animal is damaging your personal property.
03-06-2012 09:30 PM
Tommy2Times As a total cat lover, and totally not a dog person, I kinda laugh at these posts and really do hope it's all talk. I really do. As much as I wanna punt every dog on my delivery route, I usually get bit because I couldn't hurt am animal, peeing on my seats or trying to bite my a$$.
03-06-2012 07:41 PM
Gate53
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Originally Posted by SpoiledRotten View Post
This is my thought as well. Get rid of all feral cats in the neighborhood by whatever means you can get by with. They are good for nothing except destroying peoples' property. People let their stinking cats run the neighborhoods, not caring what they do to others' belongings. If they care about the pets, they need to keep them restrained. Otherwise, they are fair game.
I once had a lilac bush that was about 8' by 10 '. Two old ladies were walking down the street while I was trimming it and asked me how I got it to do so well. When I replied that I fed it cats they didn't want to talk to me anymore but it sure was a pretty bush. (and well fed too) I always thought the best way to get those cat prints off a car or Jeep was a Benjamin Pellet rifle.
03-06-2012 07:35 PM
calkid Since it was brought up....NRA Life Member and proud of it!
03-06-2012 06:12 PM
LiftedTj
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Originally Posted by calkid View Post
Step #1 is to get some Hoppe's #9, thoroughly clean and lubricate your gun.
Step #2...shoot the cat.
Not sure what step #3 should be.

#3 should be reclean your gun and wash the G.S.R. off your hands
03-06-2012 07:48 AM
88black5liter Purchase a gallon of Nature's Miracle and pour it over the affected area letting it soak into the material and padding. Do that several times, and the smell should go away. The idea is to saturate it real good. Good luck
03-06-2012 04:59 AM
Garlandxj I got two outdoor cats. One is scared of her own shadow and won't jump up in a vehicle. The other loves to sleep in my Jeep. She is also the neighbor hood bad ass and keeps all other cats clear of my yard. She won't pee is anyones car, now I have seen her pee behind a car. Of course they had an oil leak and had a big pile of cat litter on the driveway. She just thought the neighbors were nice and made her an outhouse.
03-05-2012 10:14 PM
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03-05-2012 08:11 PM
jrussblues
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Originally Posted by calkid
Step #1 is to get some Hoppe's #9, thoroughly clean and lubricate your gun.
Step #2...shoot the cat.
Not sure what step #3 should be.
Be respectful though...go with something like this.
03-05-2012 08:10 PM
calkid Now that's funny!
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