Seems unlikely, at least in any significant quantity
Recent studies have shown that a pregnant woman breathing the ammonia fumes in cat urine can affect the development of the growing baby.
Yes it can, Cat urine has ammonia..ammonia can cause health problems in all animals......that's why your required to clean the cat box besides for cleanliness....
Can cat urine and feces be hazardous to humans if not cleaned up properly like say some one doesn't clean up cat urine and feces in their house for more than three to six months?
In small doses, breathing cat urine does not pose a risk to most people. However, in concentrated amounts found in poorly ventilated areas, ammonia fumes produced by cat urine can cause a number of serious symptoms after long-term exposure. These symptoms may include burning and watering of the eyes, coughing, wheezing, headache, and nausea, among others. The World Health Organization considers ammonia to be a possible carcinogen, meaning that inhalation of these fumes may be linked to cancer growth.
Very dangerous to pregnant women. Stay away from the fumes. Older people should be alright. (No eating though.)
Cat urine has ammonia in it. Some people say that the ammonia fumes can harm small children, and unborn babies (if the mother breathes in the fumes). However, there are other people who say that this is just a myth.Even if ammonia fumes could harm small children and unborn babies...so what? The only way the child would be exposed to the fumes is if the child was cleaning out the litter box. And how many 2 year-olds clean out litter boxes?Exposure to cat feces can also cause the disease toxoplasmosis. However, this disease is extremely rare among indoors-only cats, so, if your cat is an indoors cat, you don't need to worry about this.
Cat urine can stain clothing and smell bad, some people can actually be allergic to cat urine. Cat urine will not make you blind.
Periwash, a product available at home health stores, gets cat urine out of almost any fabric. I haven't tried it on cashmere, but it worked on an upholstered chair very well!
Yes, both male and female cat spray is strongly-scented urine as it contains valuable information about the cat, such as its age, health, gender and if it is a female she will spray vertical surfaces to let any male cat know she is on heat.
breathing difficulty and respiratory diseases.
Cat urine is not particularly harmful to children. However, if there is a lot of it around your house, the smell of the ammonia may act as an irritant, especially for those with conditions like asthma.
No, Cat urine does not kill plants.
Yes, it smells like cat urine.
It isn't. Cat urine is not fluorescent, and it does not glow in the dark. I'm not sure where this myth comes from. Cat urine is yellow, like human urine. To the naked eye, it is indistinguishable from human urine, except for the smell. Cat urine is ammonia-based (unlike human urine) so it smells of ammonia.
Only around 67% of cat urine is absorbed by the average cat litter.
That's a VERY BAD idea, because the litter box STINK LIKE MAD!!!
Yes, the acid from the cat urine will kill grass.
Potentially, any odor can be hazardous. However, the chances of the concentration being high enough is very unlikely. Open a window, spray some air freshener, and consider relocating your litter box outside. If you don't have a cat, there's a possibility that there is ammonia in the air, in which case I'd recommend calling 911 for assistance.
you put cat litter on it
Yes, in some cases Blue Buffalo Cat Food does cause crystals in Cat urine.
What a strange question... it smells like cat urine, I guess. It's unique.
No, it is not. Cat urine may smell terrible, but it ultimately won't hurt you.