Out Out Stinky Cat! "Good Bye Odor" To The Rescue

If you have a cat whose breath, pee, and poo all stink, you'll want to know about Good Bye Odor, an "internal waste deodorizer."   "A what?" you may rightly ask.  Well, this product aims to introduce new enzymes and amino acids to your cat's digestive system so his "effuse" is not offensive.

As you might guess, I'm a bit skeptical about products that fool with a pet's internal chemistry just to appease us humans.  But either my cat doesn't stink, or whatever he and I are doing to control foul odors is working; so I just can't identify with the stinky cat problem right now.

For those of you who want to give Good Bye Odor a try, it's a kind of in internal deodorizer your cat ingests through his food and water, if he's willing, that is.  Good Bye Odor is in gel form and it should be squirted regularly into your cat's food and water bowls for about 7 days in order to smell the benefits.

Good Bye Odor is a patented formula, and a "completely safe and natural product," according to its advertising.  It contains: Deionized Water, Aspartic Acid, Threonine, Serine, Glutamic Acid, Glycine, Alanine, Valine, Methionine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Tyrosine, Phenylamine, Histidine, Lysine, Arginine, Cysteine, Proline, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Benzoate, and Potassium Sorbate.

Let me know if this works... I could try it on my husband! (Ooh, that was nasty! Just kidding, honey!)

That's the buzz for today!

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Lady Bee
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Feb 2, 2010
by Anonymous
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Thanks from all cat owners,

Now will he eat his food with this stuff sprayed on?
or drink water?

Otherwise neat idea & LONG OVERDUE.

Feb 17, 2010
by Anonymous
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Already done

There is already a product like this. It is called "The Pet Beverage". The name isn't very original and it isn't sold in stores. I have been using it on my 2 dogs for a couple of years now and LOVE it. And it isn't a "gel". I add it to there water and they drink it right up. There is no odor and no taste from what the website says. But it does take care of their odor...and they coat is a lot softer too!


Mar 8, 2010
by Anonymous
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Clea Finally Stopped Clawing My Couch

So my cat, like most cats love to scratch. The good thing is that she only claws up this one couch in my house. Of course it is my favorite couch.
So I'm up one night watching info-mercial and this one in particular caught my attention. It was about a cat board called Emery cat. The pitch was "cats and file their own claws while they play. I thought to myself whatever. A couple of day went by and my cat Clea really gave my couch a really good lashing this time. So I went on the internet to this Emery cat product. I had some really good reviews so I decided to buy one.
As soon as it arrived at my house I put it right next to my couch. I was still apprehensive, but deep inside I hopped it will work. Cleo is VERY cautious about anything new in the house. She will hide for hours until she's ready to investigate. To my surprise she went right over and started playing with this feather type thing they have on the base board, and then she started clawing away on it. I could hear she claws being filed. The board came with cat nip so I added it and she comes back for more and more.
Finally, no more of my cat Clea clawing up my couch. This board is pretty cool. If you want to check it out for yourself go to Catboard.

Aug 29, 2010
by Anonymous
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So it contains amino acids

So it contains amino acids and some preservatives? Sounds worthless to me, I wouldn't waste your money on it.

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