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Cat pee and your gun bag...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Fish Miner, May 4, 2007.

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  1. Fish Miner

    Fish Miner Member

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    They don't mix well.:fire:

    I was just getting ready to go to the range, loading the bag, checked how much ammo was still in it from last time, noticed a box felt wierd, like it had been wet the dried out. Took a wiff :cuss:

    Wife's cat got in my bag and left a present.

    I have never came so close to using a gun in anger.:banghead:
     
  2. DoubleTapDrew

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    Haha! That sucks!
    Maybe the cat is mad at you for never taking it to the range.
    Start dumping stinky empty wolf cases in it's litter box as payback :evil:
     
  3. BrianB

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    LOL. Sorry. LOL.
     
  4. AmbulanceDriver

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    I'm sorry. but I have to say, that's exactly what i needed to read right now... I'm now chuckling bemusedly instead of wanting to kill the next person to call 911.......

    :)
     
  5. trueblue1776

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    ha ha, you have a cat!:D
     
  6. statelineblues

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    I have found one of my cats asleep on my range bag before - but they KNOW where the litter box is!
     
  7. Gustav

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    Try calling a carpet cleaning outfit and see what they use to clean carpets.
    Also have heard but never tried coffee absorbs odors.
    Best of luck and my sympathy on the naughty puddy rats bad deed.
     
  8. BrianB

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    Correction turueblue. It's the wife's cat.
     
  9. Dorryn

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    My cat tries to explore the (apparently) attractive odors of carcinogenic gun-cleaning chemicals. Im afraid she might try to drink Break-Free or Hoppes and die if I dont keep an eye on her.
     
  10. statelineblues

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    Best suggestion I have - buy a new range bag! ("But honey, the Cat pee'd in the old one!"):D
     
  11. Grey54956

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    Maybe you should take the cat to the range... :scrutiny:
     
  12. Fish Miner

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    F-ing cats- Well he may have ruined my bag (and targets, and ear muffs, gun pad, and one slightly smelly mag) but I am still going shooting-

    He may earn a trip to the range but I GAR-ON-TEE it will be the last trip he takes.
     
  13. Grey54956

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    :D

    "Here kitty-kitty, get in the car."
     
  14. MrTuffPaws

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    Just had to deal with cat puke in one of my range bag pockets. Thankfully, it was empty when it happened.

    As for the smell, they have products made to take the oder out. You can find them petco and the like.
     
  15. pcosmar

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    One word, Frebreze.
    We have 12 cats, wife has a sensitive nose.
     
  16. obxned

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    This is what cats live for! Once choosen as the object of their affection (?) there is no hope. Tell your wife you now need a new range bag! How can she refuse?
     
  17. Sindawe

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    The best product I've found for eliminating the odor of cat urine is Natures Miracle Just for Cats. PetSmart/PetCo usually carry it. The trick is you HAVE to keep the area that has been urinated on damp with the product for it to work, letting it dry slowly while keeping the cats away from the site.
    Color me green with envy. I only have space for four.
     
  18. MrDig

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    Not a fan of Felinus Domesticus or the Feral side of the family. Believe me when I say I understand you wanting to use it for target practice. Get some gear to replace the stuff it "marked" and then put a drop of your own urine on it. Just a drop. the cat will either try to mark it again or never try to mark it again. This of course helps if you eat a big rare steak, and drink a lot of fluid, prior to saving a few drops of urine. Tells the cat there is a bigger predator in the area.
    The other option is to consume the same as above and pee directly on the cat.
     
  19. bthest86

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    Wow. If I piss on your range bag then all you'd do it put spent casings in my toilet? I tremble for your enemies. :neener:
     
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    Like most of natures creatures, peeing in a particular area is a method of marking their territory.....to show who really owns the bag, I suggest you should also pee in the bag to establish ownership.
     
  21. bthest86

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    Also cat pee is the worst. Far worse than a dog's. I mean that stuff it potent.
     
  22. Inverness11

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    Yep, there's only one obvious solution. Tie the cat off on a short leash outside and pee all over it. You'll feel a whole lot better, trust me.
     
  23. lawdogso

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    Throw the bag away with the cat inside it. Use the wifes charge card to get a new deluxe bag.
    lawdogso
     
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    Keep em inside boys, don't let em be crapin in my flower beds..Not if ya want em coming back home. Thats all I am gonna say..
     
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