Pukes of hazard

Animal Scene - - ADVOCATE -

In the un­for­tu­nate event that your cat man­ages to puke up some of its food, don’t sweat the clean­ing part. Just re­mem­ber to arm your­self with the es­sen­tials: rub­ber gloves, pa­per tow­els, and old but clean tow­els. First thing you’d want to do is scoop up the gunk that your cat has left. Floor cleanup is easy by just mop­ping up the area and spray­ing or pour­ing your cho­sen de­odor­iz­ing cleaner on the area if it smells too bad.

Couch or car­pet cleanup is where it gets tricky. Af­ter the ini­tial re­moval, blot out the area with a clean towel soaked with some soap wa­ter or couch-safe cleaner. If it’s solid, you should be fine. If it’s wet, re­move the cov­ers and rinse the area with your pre­ferred spot clean­ing mix­ture first be­fore pos­si­bly send­ing it to the clean­ers.

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