Smells That Keep Your Cat From Peeing on Your Stuff 

Cats are amazing additions to the family and provide us with great comfort and companionship. But they can be pests when it comes to actually using their litter box and not the rug! If you have caught your cat peeing on your favorite blanket or pillow know just how bad it is. 

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Using eucalyptus oil on your furniture or rug will offend your cat’s sinuses so they won’t want to stay too long in that spot. 


If you place a bag of coffee beans near where your cat keeps peeing, then it will most likely repulse the cat from relieving themself there again.


You can either plant lavender out in your yard if your cat is peeing on your plants, or if they’re more prone to doing it inside you can just use fresh lavender and leave it around where they’ll usually pee.


Cutting the rosemary up will make it much more overpowering to your cat’s nose, and you can seal this with a coffee filter or a sachet and place it wherever you don’t want your cat to go. 


If you boil a cup of fresh peppermint with a cup of water and leave it for 10 minutes, and then pour it into a spray bottle, you’ve got a handy peppermint repellent to spray on surfaces your cat frequents. 


If you place the peels of an orange or lemon near where your cat keeps peeing, then they’re likely to not go to the bathroom in that spot again.   Like peppermint, you can make a citrus spray. Just mix equal parts lemon or orange juice with water and put it into a spray bottle.


Vinegar is great for removing cat urine odors as well as keeping them away from a certain spot, you can also make a vinegar solution and put it in a spray bottle and spray it where you need it. Mix a half cup of vinegar with one cup of water and then pour it into a spray bottle. 

We’ve listed 7 strong scents here that you can try to use to stop your cat from peeing where you don’t want them to.

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