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    I shampooed the carpet in my jet before putting the tarp on and setting the alarm clock to go off in March..or thereabouts...
    So, a few weeks ago I pull off the tarp and get hit in the face with the foul odor of cat pee.
    Cat hair all over the place.
    Thank goodness no poop...at least none that I have found.

    Ok, I like cats.
    Cats are just fine.

    But why did you pee in my boat?
    There are lots of other places to pee.

    You didn't pee in the bed of my truck, which would have been fine with me.

    You didn't pee in my mailbox, which would have been fine with me.

    You could have even peed on my porch chairs...no prob, pussycat...

    Why did you pee in my boat?

    I know who you are.
    I have a big wad of your grey and black kitty fur, and I am going to find you...dick.
    100 years from now, none of this will matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jet460 View Post
    I shampooed the carpet in my jet before putting the tarp on and setting the alarm clock to go off in March..or thereabouts...
    So, a few weeks ago I pull off the tarp and get hit in the face with the foul odor of cat pee.
    Cat hair all over the place.
    Thank goodness no poop...at least none that I have found.

    Ok, I like cats.
    Cats are just fine.

    But why did you pee in my boat?
    There are lots of other places to pee.

    You didn't pee in the bed of my truck, which would have been fine with me.

    You didn't pee in my mailbox, which would have been fine with me.

    You could have even peed on my porch chairs...no prob, pussycat...

    Why did you pee in my boat?

    I know who you are.
    I have a big wad of your grey and black kitty fur, and I am going to find you...dick.
    LOL...thats some funny chit....the poor cat was just lookin' for a place to keep warm over the winter & when it rains! ...remember your quote--"100 years from now, none of this will matter!" lol

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    Next winter I will place a big litter box with a nice canopy in the driveway.
    Maybe leave a bowl of friskies out too.
    100 years from now, none of this will matter.

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    Oxyclean will get the smell of it out, Found a cat on my 69 camaro a few years back after about 3 weeks of it covered in the garage (Rain), cam out to uncover and I heard the cat thrashing about-to get out! I had the passenger side window down, but no idea how it found its way into the garage! But Oxyclean got the smell out with a shit ton of elbow grease!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jet460 View Post
    Next winter I will place a big litter box with a nice canopy in the driveway.
    Maybe leave a bowl of friskies out too.
    and some antifreeze

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    I guess my next thought should be: Do they make a tight fitting cover for a 19' jet with OT headers?

    This really freakin' stinks.
    100 years from now, none of this will matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piston in the wind View Post
    and some antifreeze
    lmao!:d:d
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    This always works for us


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    This is an idea....

    100 years from now, none of this will matter.

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    the cat is still alive? you are lucky he didnt claw your seats. cats like foam. try frabreeze.
    just a half turn before it breaks.

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    A friend of mine just told me that black pepper will keep the cats out of the boat?

    If it doesn't, they would have a rather unpleasant surprise when they start cleaning them self.
    100 years from now, none of this will matter.

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