Well, my cat craps on the floor everyday, but it's easy to clean since it's a hardwood floor. Okay here's a good story: When i live on the sailboat, we had to climb down a 5 step stair to get down into the boat. As you are putting your foot down for the last time, you look left and there is a couch with a built into the boat shelf running along the top and a lot of books and junk up there because there is not other place to put it. The couch is covered with a blanket because the upholstery is mangled due to humidity and wear. It also has several pillows, and a throw blanket and a huge stack of mail we hadn't gotten to in a few days on it. One evening, after dark, I descended into the dark boat, having forgotten to turn on a light before I left. In the darkness, I put my foot down on the floor inside the boat and felt something a bit squishy. I yelled, okay, whichever pet is underfoot, you need to move! It didn't move. I tapped it a few times with my foot. It wasn't the cat, she would move and the bird was in her cage. I stepped aside from the lump onto a floor that was uneven. Did they knock over the trash and I was stepping on that now. I stretched over and flipped on the light. There on the floor, in the middle of a gigantic mess of blankets, pillows, three days of mail and EVERY SINGLE thing off that storage shelf above the couch and my cushion from the couch, was my pet skunk and his little girlfriend that I was babysitting. It took me about an hour to get everything picked up with the skunks underfoot, wanted to play the whole time.They are so cute!