Rated 5 out of 5 by CrazyCatLady GREAT product!
I have four of my own cats, and also operate a volunteer rescue/rehab/foster program in my home. At any point, I could have as many as 15 cats in my house (which is why I have the nickname). The program area is pretty cat proof, however sometimes the resident cats will show their displeasure by spraying or marking. This especially happened when we all moved to a new house. Carpet is tricky to clean because of the underlay. I recommend using LOTS, NOT DILUTED, AND POUR OVER AT LEAST 2X THE CARPET AREA, MORE THAN ONCE. I've had GREAT SUCCESS with wood products (new chair, hardwood floors, trunk), but I had to SOAK the wood. There has been NO DISCOLORING at all. I have not tried it on tile with grout, so I don't know.
January 17, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by DebR Didn't get rid of the odor
A male kitten was brought into our family that already had a male older cat. The kitten decided that our bedroom was his litter box. One corner of my bedroom carpet is urine. I bought Nature's Miracle for cats only used a quart on the carpet and it still smells of urine.
August 29, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by ssis CAREFUL with GROUT
I used FOR CATS on my bathroom tile floor hoping to get the stain as well as odor out. The odor came out great but the beige colored grout actually turned darker as if a sealer had been put on that area.
CAREFUL with GROUT!
May 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by petcamp BEST PRODUCT EVER!!!!
I rescued a kitten a couple years ago, and she has decided that she doesn't always feel like using the litterbox. Whenever she's upset with me over whatever she imagines, she will urinate in various locations throughout the house - on beds/furniture, carpeting, laundry (dirty or clean, doesn't matter), shoes, etc. Laundry is no problem to clean, but I must say I had a heart attack when she urinated on my brand new $1000+ mattress. I discovered this product, and went to the local pet store to purchase it. I was told there that this is one of the better products to use to get rid of the smell. As I had already tried a few other products, I was a bit skeptical, but I went home and followed the instructions EXACTLY. I am quite happy to say that I have NEVER USED A BETTER PRODUCT TO GET RID OF THE ODOR OF CAT URINE - EVER. I just wanted to say thank you to the makers - you have saved me thousands in furniture costs!!!
April 8, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by beabers seizure kitty
Ive got a cat that has seizures weekly and if im not home to see where she pees, my nose must find the spots. luckily we bought a house with tile, but unfortunately my furniture takes the hit. ive tried woolite, resolve and out! but nothing works. i bought the small bottle of this for my couch and did use the entire bottle but it worked! now i stock up on the gallon container when on sale and its amazing! the cat tree doesnt smell and i dont have to be surprised when i sit down and smell urine on the couch! i dont care how much product i need to use, if it works it works!!
December 24, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sandi Really works!!!!!!
After having a "stray" male cat come in through my cat door numerous times and mark my house, it really stunk badly.
I sprayed this product on everything he sprayed on and it totally eliminated the awful smell and also the furniture, pillows, etc that had been stained by this urine and was totally gone. This has also been featured on Good Morning America as a stain remover for household stains on furniture. I LOVE THIS STUFF. never without it!!!
That cat finally moved on but it was about 3 months of his sneaking in and spraying and you can't even tell. Did I say: I LOVE THIS STUFF!!!!
This actually Kills the enzymes that cause the odor. bleach doesn't do it.
May 2, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by LuvAcat Always purchase
The best product out there for cat odors. I have 7 and anyone who enters my home, says you would not even know I owned a cat.
March 26, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by CatMom3 Works but use a lot!
I use this product when one of my little babies has an accident. They rarely resoil the same exact area so it must work but I've learned that you really have to completely soak the entire area and then allow it to air dry naturally (isolate the cats away from the area while it dries) for the cats not to be drawn back to investigate.
March 2, 2010