Oh and someone told me that with the enzymatic cleaners like anti icky poo, to 
keep a moist cloth over the treated area so that it doesn't dry out.

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On Nov 5, 2012, at 11:44 AM, Lee Evans <moonsiste...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> For the summer, you can get either the disposable large size pads or the 
> adult mattress pads that are sold at medical supply shops for adults with 
> bladder incontinence.  Hey, I'm the queen of waterproofing.  With all the 
> cats I have had, there has always been a bed wetting problem with at least 
> one or two of them.  Instead of screaming and tearing my hair out and dumping 
> the cat out the door, I used some of my elderly mom's disposable mattress 
> pads for a while.  She actually wasn't incontinent but she couldn't walk so 
> needed a bed pan, so just in case...I would use the mattress pads.  Then I 
> purchased several of the washable types when one of my very old cats began 
> thinking the bed was her litter box.  You can also purchase a zippered 
> waterproof mattress cover, then put a regular quilted mattress topper over it 
> and just toss the topper into the washing machine if someone makes a mistake, 
> sponge the waterproof cover with rubbing alcohol.  It's a good deodorizer 
> after it evaporates.  But in the summer, if you don't want to feel you are 
> being shrink wrapped, you can use the top removable types and either toss 
> into the wash or toss into the garbage if they are disposable.  The washable 
> are more economical. You can even make up the bed in the morning and then put 
> a fitted waterproof mattress topper over the whole thing to keep everything 
> good while you are gone.  If an accident happens, you just whisk the cover 
> off and you are ready for sleeping in the bed.
> For the nasty drip into the mattress I would recommend an enzyme type odor 
> eliminator.  I used to use Petzyme, which you can purchase at PetsMart.  It 
> doesn't have any added scent as a cover up.  Sometimes I think I prefer the 
> odor of cat pee to those awful "perfumes" they dump into deodorizers.  When 
> you use the enzyme type deodorizer, you have to make sure the spot stays wet 
> for at least 24 hours.  If it dries out, by-by little beneficial bacteria and 
> the enzyme doesn't work.
> You can Google cat urine neutralizer or deodorizer and see what you come up 
> with. There are many brands and many prices.
> Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs and your weird relatives and nasty 
> neighbors too!
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