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This light helped me discover that WWIII was happening on my landing...,
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I loaded this up with batteries as soon as I got it and in daylight (inside of course) took it out to where I know that one of the 3 cats in the house had wet before. I had no idea what the horror that I was about to discover.
As I swept the bluish-purple beam across the carpet and along the baseboards, what was reflected back to me in brilliant white was a story of struggle, of frustration, a fight for dominance and standing, a battlefield of stains and sprayings. The 3 little kitties act nice and purr and softly meow with one another when we're around, but buried deep within each of their dark, furry little hearts must lurk a dark force that compels them to out spray each other. Either that or they are all colluding against me; peeing on the walls and carpet when I'm not looking, even though they go out 5x a day and have 2 litterboxes in the house.
The good news is that this flashlight is a secret weapon for humans to fight back. I've started stalking the halls and their favorite marking spots with my water gun which I use to generously douse any cat who so much as hesitates in his or her passage through the hallway. I bought some enzymatic cleaner that breaks down the urine stains and erases all trace of their work.
My sudden advantage of knowing exactly where everything was happening, coupled with the super soaker, it has completely thrown the cats into a state of confusion. They don't know HOW I know, but they know that I know, and they no longer pee anywhere that I can find. I'm in charge now!
This flashlight truly tips the odds in your favor!
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Initial post: Jan 26, 2014 9:56:06 PM PST
K. Fuller says:
Don't know if you'll see this, but if you have the room, try adding a litter box. My friend had a similar problem, and her vet said that each kitty likes their own box. It' even helpful to have n+1, if possible. As soon as my friend corrected the box situation, the aggressive urinating stopped.
Posted on Sep 8, 2014 3:58:17 PM PDT
R. Lang says:
That was the AWESOMEST review ever.......I cried laughing the entire time.
Posted on Sep 15, 2014 10:23:42 PM PDT
N. Hanes says:
You forgot to add no kittens were harmed during the writing of this review ;-)
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