Smell Ya Later: 7 Ways to Get Rid of Cat Odor at Home

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Use Baking Soda
Baking soda is a safe and all natural deodorizer and can make a big difference in the smell. Sprinkle some on the litter box and it will do well for your house odors.
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Photo by: Babble
Use Baking Soda
Baking soda is a safe and all natural deodorizer and can make a big difference in the smell. Sprinkle some on the litter box and it will do well for your house odors.
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Thu, Apr 4, 2013 3:10 PM EDT
I have had cats in my house for pretty much ever. Having cats a part of my life is not something I am going to change any time soon and life without them would seem pretty boring. However, with cats living in the house, there's no denying the odor that may come along with it. As my older cats aged, their litter habits changed and the smell increased. The last thing you want it to choose between a good-smelling house and having a cat! Thankfully, there are some ways you can reduce that cat odor in your house with a few simple steps. - By Devan McGuinness



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