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Protect your garden habitat with the Big Cheese Cat repeller.

There are 9 million cats in the UK. The mammal society says cats kill around 275 million prey items a year, including 55 million birds. Voles and other small mammals make up much of the remainder.

The Sonic Cat Repeller will help protect your garden habitat and encourage wildlife and birds back into it. The Sonic Cat Repeller incorporates a sophisticated PIR (Passive Infra Red) detection system, which constantly monitors a fan shaped area of a 98 degrees arc up to a distance of 12 metres. The protected area is over 120sq. meters of unobstructed space. The Sonic Cat Repeller detects animals moving into this area and triggers a burst of continuously variable ultrasound, which sweeps a frequency range of 18,000Hz, 24,000 Hz to repel them. Simultaneously the LED indicator on the front of unit signals that it is now activated.

The Sonic Cat Repeller is powered by two 9V alkaline batteries. Battery power is conserved by the PIR detection system, which allows the unit to remain on stand-by between activation periods, therefore maximizing battery life.

The Push on/off Test Button on the face of the unit will drop the sonic frequency to an audible range. This enables you to check that the unit is functioning properly and to hear the swept frequency. The unit is also weather resistant.
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1 x Big Cheese Cat Repeller
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#1
or use citrus fruit rind to deter them XD
#2
These work for me, but best if you use two or three and move them around a bit to confuse the moggies - or in my case foxes. Also worth factoring in a mains adapter for at least one of them.
#3
Dave-T
These work for me, but best if you use two or three and move them around a bit to confuse the moggies - or in my case foxes. Also worth factoring in a mains adapter for at least one of them.


Peeing in the garden is the best deterrent for foxes. :)
#4
Im gettin a couple of chickens so this would be good to scare away any foxes. Do you think it would upset the chickens themselves though?

BFM
#5
death to all cats I say......can't stand the little sh1tting machines!!! :x
#6
Had one of these - didn't work at all.

We found that sprinkling tea leaves mixed with Tea tree oil kept them away though.
#7
I believe another company do a similiar one to this that fires live rounds...
100% effective.
#8
#9
Does anybody know where to get the mains adapter for this for a good price?
#10
i had one exactly the same as this and they are rubbish you put a battery 9v if i remember rightly in and it comes with a steak that you bang in the ground, the steak broke and cats would sit on the wall next to it. Save your money they are rubbish and ours went in the bin.
#11
polly69
i had one exactly the same as this and they are rubbish you put a battery 9v if i remember rightly in and it comes with a steak that you bang in the ground, the steak broke and cats would sit on the wall next to it. Save your money they are rubbish and ours went in the bin.


i have one in my garden. it takes 2 9v batteries and the cats just sit by it . However, they do keep teenagers at bay. . . . . for some reason the noise hurts their ears but us older ones cant hear it!!!;-)
#12
I've tried this and the more powerful big cheese repeller, and had differing results. The more powerful one seems to do a better job, but does not deter all cats. At least one cat still $hits all over my back garden.

However, I recently purchased this from Contech...

http://www.contech-inc.com/products/scarecrow/

No cats have ventured near my garden since! It cost me just over £60 from here...

http://www.gardensupplydirect.co.uk/pest_control/scarecrow_motion_activated_sprinkler/10592_p.html

But it's worth it not to have to scoop up deposits from the horrible little creatures. The contech model is apperently more reliable and accurate than the other water spayers available in the UK.
#13
Been after one of these for a few weeks, thanks for posting.

Have had one before and found it effective against cats, but it blew over in a gale and broke.

They're less maintenance than Lillies, which I am very close to planting all round my garden to permanently stop the dirty little b*stards sh*tting all over the lawn and in the flower beds - we're planning a bbq in a couple of weeks, but who wants to eat food in a garden that stinks of crap!

Just to preempt the cat lovers condemning me, I know the cats don't know they're doing wrong, I know the owners can't stop them from sh*tting if they let them out, but like any other pest messing my garden they will eventually be dealt with one way or another.
#14
We have the cat lady from Simpsons next door to us - she has 8 freaking cats ...

I've taken to droping the crap over the fence into her flower bed - i'm hoping the cats follow the stink.

It;s really not good - I have to check the garden before my 5 and 2 year old go out to play ... annoying when we don;t have a cat or a dog.
#15
mcdebooks;8633042
Been after one of these for a few weeks, thanks for posting.

Have had one before and found it effective against cats, but it blew over in a gale and broke.

They're less maintenance than Lillies, which I am very close to planting all round my garden to permanently stop the dirty little b*stards sh*tting all over the lawn and in the flower beds - we're planning a bbq in a couple of weeks, but who wants to eat food in a garden that stinks of crap!

Just to preempt the cat lovers condemning me, I know the cats don't know they're doing wrong, I know the owners can't stop them from sh*tting if they let them out, but like any other pest messing my garden they will eventually be dealt with one way or another.


This one is worth the few quid extra...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Big-Cheese-Mega-Sonic-Repeller/dp/B0016LY8VE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=garden&qid=1274170797&sr=8-2

But like a said before, if you have a lot of cats around it will not stop them all.
#16
Macdory
We have the cat lady from Simpsons next door to us - she has 8 freaking cats ...

I've taken to droping the crap over the fence into her flower bed - i'm hoping the cats follow the stink.

It;s really not good - I have to check the garden before my 5 and 2 year old go out to play ... annoying when we don;t have a cat or a dog.


Frustrating isn't it -bloke next door has 4, woman behind us has 2, all 6 sh*t on our property.

Since moving here I now really, really hate cats, and can only assume that people that have more than 1 have some kind of emotional disorder - in fact there's something seriously wrong with a single man having 1 cat, never mind 4.

I read somewhere, but haven't tried it yet, that putting down baitless wooden mouse traps in flower beds is effective, and amusing ("SNAP!! .... MEEoOwoOOoooWWWWWwwwww")

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