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Hi all. I need some advice please. How do you stop cats from pooing in your garden. I must have picked up about a kilogram of smudged poo from the local cats using our garden over the winter. … Read More
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3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Hi all.

I need some advice please.

How do you stop cats from pooing in your garden. I must have picked up about a kilogram of smudged poo from the local cats using our garden over the winter. Not a nice job, I nearly vomited afterwards.

I've tried motion detectors that give off a high pitch sound, but these don't stop them and stop working after a few months as they are not waterproof.

Does anyone have any suggestions?
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3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Get a dog?
#2
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#3
Do you have fence you can get something what sits on top what's spins around when they touch it

Edited By: bigack on Mar 06, 2017 19:05
#4
2l pop bottles full of water
#5
theshepherd83
2l pop bottles full of water


or cucumbers
#6
You could try a water sprinkler with motion detector some people say it does the trick! :D
#7
Are you sure it's cats. Over winter I've noticed more foxes in the garden. You could use that plastic netting people use for climbing plants. Lay it over the soil and the cats should stay off.
#8
Curry plant. They hate it. Easy to take cuttings off, as mine never crew because friends and family were grabbing some for themselves all the time. Keep it to yourself I would
#9
Citrus peel (orange, lemons).
#10
I put my own large, male, cats litter around the garden (with pee in it not solids) and they get that it's a claimed garden.The cats aren't trying to be difficult they are just claiming a territory that doesn't have a resident cat, please don't be too mean to them. See if anyone near you has a large house cat and they will let you have some litter (can't promise they won't think you've gone mad), or there is some green stuff you can get in the shops.
#11
I have this problem too ffs. Nothing stops them.
#12
Ive trained mine to carp elsewhere lol
#13
Go to your local zoo and ask for some lion wee. That should keep them away.

123batman321
Ive trained mine to carp elsewhere lol

Trained cats? Very fishy.

Edited By: alanbeenthere on Mar 06, 2017 19:26
#14
plastic milk gallons with water..leave it outside ok
#15
There's ultrasonic motion sensors or some folk use teabags soaked in jeyes fluid and place them around the boundaries.
#16
Coffee Beans, Citrus Peels, Vinegar spray, NERF Water Gun
#17
Sister got a cat garden figure with marble for eyes and she's not had any cats since... worth a shot?
#18
bottles full of water or mirrors.
#19
For outdoors (Waterproof), adjustable setting and DEFINITELY effective. We had the same issue you mention.....HAD being the operative word.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00FXSU2WK/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Edited By: Positively on Mar 06, 2017 21:25: Link was not attached
#20
ronniejb
Citrus peel (orange, lemons).
This and buy cheap pepper and chillipowder and sprinkle around the garden.
#21
Get yourself a cat, that don't sh** in their own garden and keep all the others off.
#22
I have same problem and posted here. ignore the responses about getting a dog. no help. :)
don't try curry powders as it'll make things messier.
I used the motion sensers noise things, these did reduce activity
I also use garlic granules thrown on garden . again this seems to reduce things further. not sure of a way to completely stop them . dumb animals , can't tell when they are wanted. good luck.
#23
Positively
For outdoors (Waterproof), adjustable setting and DEFINITELY effective. We had the same issue you mention.....HAD being the operative word.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00FXSU2WK/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1


We had same problem. Tried sprays, powders citrus peel, coconut bedding, the lot! Local zoo had Lion bedding for sale that they promised would work. That got rid of the cats but the garden was unusable because it stunk worse than ever of cats p*ss. We got some sonic scarers, much like these ones. They have variable frequencies and they do work - Though you do have to remember to change the frequency often (simply twiddling a knob).
#24
Following last comment, here is the one I got AND IT WORKS!! PetzTrendz Solar Powered Cat Repeller https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00L160MCI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_ZbEVybNAFYAC8
#25
Got a spray from pets at home wasnt cheap think bout £12 but it did work ..... apparently it has a scent that deters them from going in your garden ;)
#26
I got these http://www.studio.co.uk/shop/en/studio/set-of-3-cat-scarers?searchTerm=cat%20repelent&pageView=&pageSize=40&orderBy= and placed them in the main areas where cats were doing their mess and citrus peel in other area`s.....seems to have done the trick
#27
I've used curry powder before.....Works better than anything else I tried
#28
Did you do a search op , been asked loads of times already, thought not
Couldn't be bothered

Edited By: snoopy18 on Mar 08, 2017 08:09: T
#29
Bought a sonic car scarer with sensor etc. Thought I'd try it out on our own ginger Tom. Turned the thing up to max and pointed it at sleeping cat expecting a reaction. Wife accused me of being cruel. Only reaction from cat (who I must say, is an idle so and so) was a lazy opening of one eye, presumably to acknowledge some effect but probably to let me know that he really didn't give a damn and that I had wasted my money.
#30
Tried sonic scarers, tried citrus peels, tried bottles full of water but the only thing that worked in my scenario was a motion dectecting water sprinkler, nearly 2 years now with any mess that my kids can trample or fall in.
#31
I tried fox repelant and water bottles in areas they doing it do it for few wks and they will find somewhere else to go it did work for me,they have started to come back spraying my bins so have sprayed some on them and bleached area up to now its worked hope this helps got the fox stuff off amazon
#32
It's disgusting, I get it all the time. Cats are pets for lazy people. I despise them. If I see one crimping one off in my garden, I scoop the muck up in a plastic bag and post it through its owner's letter box.
#33
craigstephens
It's disgusting, I get it all the time. Cats are pets for lazy people. I despise them. If I see one crimping one off in my garden, I scoop the muck up in a plastic bag and post it through its owner's letter box.
Bit extreme ...oO
#34
Henvig
craigstephens
It's disgusting, I get it all the time. Cats are pets for lazy people. I despise them. If I see one crimping one off in my garden, I scoop the muck up in a plastic bag and post it through its owner's letter box.
Bit extreme ...oO


I don't think so. Why should I have to worry about my kids playing in the garden just because of other peoples lazy selfish actions? Cats are the only pet who are just let out the house to go and do their business anywhere they please. Can you imagine if dogs did it?
Sometimes I like to smear the cat poo on the owners cars windscreen.
#35
craigstephens
Henvig
craigstephens
It's disgusting, I get it all the time. Cats are pets for lazy people. I despise them. If I see one crimping one off in my garden, I scoop the muck up in a plastic bag and post it through its owner's letter box.
Bit extreme ...oO
I don't think so. Why should I have to worry about my kids playing in the garden just because of other peoples lazy selfish actions? Cats are the only pet who are just let out the house to go and do their business anywhere they please. Can you imagine if dogs did it?
Sometimes I like to smear the cat poo on the owners cars windscreen.
Cool story bro

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