> I have a screened ?in patio that I spend a lot of time on--however the
> neighborhood male cats have taken to marking it as theirs !!!!
> Therefore it SMELLS. I have tried everyting I can think of: vinegar.
> boughten pet odor eliminator, etc. Short of getting rid of all the
> wood sides, anyone have suggestions ?
> Oh clothes pins on the nose hurts :)
On the wood part, the best thing I know of is an enzyme-based odor
Nature's Miracle for Cats works pretty well. It's not a cover-up, the
break down the bacteria that's causing the odor. For it to work, you'd
soak it, and keep it damp for at least a couple of days.
To prevent a repeat performance, Polly's suggestion for moth balls
good to me. Like she said though, they're very toxic to animals, the
strawberry-container suggestion sounds good also.
I had a neighborhood cat get into my car once and spray. P-U. The
heat makes the odor even worse.