General Chat Thread, Deterrent for Cats in the garden in General; Originally Posted by broc
Lie in wait with a pressure washer?
PIR Controlled sprinklers?...
16th May 2013, 07:53 AM #46
PIR Controlled sprinklers?
Originally Posted by broc
16th May 2013, 09:16 AM #47
We had an issue with cats for a while
We found that white pepper powder was the best deterrent
Then we found an better deterrent
We bought a cat!
Suddenly other cats were not quite as interested in our garden once our new deterrent started telling them to meow-off!
16th May 2013, 09:29 AM #48
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Likewise... we got a dog.
Originally Posted by Gatt
That seemed to do the trick! lol
16th May 2013, 09:36 AM #49
After considering catching all the cats that used to come and crap in our garden and then taking them to the local cat rehoming charity claiming they were strays, we settled on four of these based on the high number of positive reviews:
STV610 MEGA SONIC REPELLER - AMAZON
We no longer have cats in our garden but you do need to make sure the batteries haven't run out as they moment they do the cats return to pumping the brown stuff in to your flower beds. Gone up in price by the looks of it as we paid £14.99 each a few months back.
Last edited by tech_guy; 16th May 2013 at 09:37 AM.
16th May 2013, 09:37 AM #50
I have 2 (Old) cats and 2 (Young) Patterdale Terriers. It's fun to watch neighboring cats entering the garden thinking they can better our elderly cats only to find 2 Terriers bearing down on them at a rapid rate :-)
It's like watching a Tom and Jerry rip off! :-)
16th May 2013, 10:12 AM #51
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Only if you have a male cat. We used to have a dog and didn't have a cat problem. Now we have a female cat and in the evenings our back garden resembles a certain area of Amsterdam.
Originally Posted by Gatt
16th May 2013, 10:32 AM #52
LOL Only if she's a breeding queen. Get her spayed and it should be fine. That being said, when Enzo was a Tom he boffed a spayed cat (at least I hope she's spayed). Our vets wouldn't neuter until he was 6 months old and he was booked in all ready when he got hold of the neighbours tortoiseshell female and mounted her at 5 months old....
Originally Posted by jcs808
16th May 2013, 01:44 PM #53
3 Thanks to LiamH:
AMLightfoot (17th May 2013), Dos_Box (18th May 2013), rich_tech (17th May 2013)
16th May 2013, 02:03 PM #54
I like cats but that vid made my day!
17th May 2013, 01:39 PM #55
LOL I love cats too but I've got no problems spraying my own or others' cats with harmless water to deter them (although mine will take several squirtings before he decides enough is enough) and that video is genius. Love it.
18th May 2013, 06:46 PM #56
Breaking The Bad News...
On the subject of cats this made me smile today:
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18th May 2013, 07:21 PM #57
Try spraying the affected areas with Citronella Oil from a hand or garden sprayer, its cheap enough, used in those garden lanterns to repel bugs etc.
I spray my deck and it deters both Cats and Foxes re-apply every couple of weeks April to August. The cubs have just begun to emerge and they are real trouble.
Not sure if its the smell or that once its on the fur they hate it...
Last edited by m25man; 18th May 2013 at 07:57 PM.
18th May 2013, 08:44 PM #58
A cat hater would tell you to feed them starfish. Cats love starfish. It also poisons them.
18th May 2013, 09:07 PM #59
Originally Posted by CyberNerd
18th May 2013, 09:15 PM #60
Starfish does kill cats. I wasn't advocating it!
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