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How to stop Cats Crapping in your garden?

boothy Avatar
6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Have tried loads of stuff from garden centres.chilli powder,hosepiping,mates dog,they still at it

Any ideas
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
orange peel, they won't go near your garden.
banned#2
Poison?
#3
Airgun?
#5
jtx
Airgun?



been there,done that
#6
bucket of water and a pair of nike.
banned#7
cats dont like water I gave my neighbour a water pistol to scare my herd out of his garden, work a treat and much kinder ..

or even Lion poo:thumbsup:

just a quick word on the air gun thing .. I know some joke but in all seriousness its no joke and if you injure a moggy and get caught its just not worth the hassle..
#8
A bottle of water placed around the garden?
I have seen these in a few gardens but am unsure why?
banned#9
Are you allowed to treat cats like other pests and kill them if they enter your property?
#10
skusey
A bottle of water placed around the garden?
I have seen these in a few gardens but am unsure why?


I have these in mine to deter soap dodgers
banned#11
If only owners could train their cats a little better.



http://foodcourtlunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/kitten-gun.jpg
#12
dog_cop
cats dont like water I gave my neighbour a water pistol to scare my herd out of his garden, work a treat and much kinder ..

or even Lion poo:thumbsup:

just a quick word on the air gun thing .. I know some joke but in all seriousness its no joke and if you injure a moggy and get caught its just not worth the hassle..


Prove it copper...LOL...never take me alive...where's your mates, were you bullied at school, is that all ya got.....:thumbsup:

now where's me gun......
banned#13
rob585
Prove it copper...LOL...never take me alive...where's your mates, were you bullied at school, it that all ya got.....:thumbsup:


I have my mate Mr lion .. and dont need mate .. though I have mates I have not even used yet
#14
A 12 bore would be my preferred option but as this seems to be frowned upon these days (political correctness gone mad!) try old fashioned moth balls. These seem to work on both foxes and cats. In our small garden I initially used a couple of movement activated sonic repellers - some work better than others so read the reviews and look for discount offers - moth balls, and where I cleaned up the cat/fox cr#p I washed the area with Jeyes fluid. Six months on it all seems to be working and I currently only use the sonic repellers. It's a good idea to keep moving them around to create a bit of confusion.
#15
ive heard a lot of pepper or very hot indian spice works, used to put that on our bin bags to stop them opening them up.
#16
Slices or orange with peel. We have loads of cats in our neighbourhood but they never wander into my neighours gardens. She has slices of oranges all over the garden, in the pots. Not only does it look nice but her garden is cat free. Try it out and let me know how it goes
Best of luck.
#17
dog_cop
I have my mate Mr lion .. and dont need mate .. though I have mates I have not even used yet


Mr C Lion Eh!!!
#18
Old tricks were soot ,orange peel , squashed plastic bottles with water in them , or one of those ultrasonic devices ,Mapins are selling them reduced at the moment for £9.99 . I bought the small hand held device for dogs not so long ago . You can also buy the water sprayer device , cats dont like been squirted with water .The device sticks into the soil and has your water hose attached ,when the cat walks into range the gadget squirts water . Might be worth thinking about if you have a real problem with cats.
#19
http://i126.photobucket.com/albums/p102/BARoofner/Attack%20of%20the%20Cats/owned_cat_gun.jpg

sorted :p
#20
http://www.thompson-morgan.com/plants1/product/p01280/1.html
These plants are supposed to deter them - whether they do or not I don't know.

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#21
cant believe your mates dog didnt work mine would of ate them lol.
#22
just hose the wee *******s
#23
Dig a hole and cover it with a sheet of weed fabric weighed down with stones covered with grass cuttings. Cats are able to jump out and are extremely clever so you will see the trap has been sprung and will have an empty hole? Unless its been raining heavily the night before (cats cant swim)
#24
Cats swim very well, but dont they bury there waste. Never seen a cat crap openley, never seen a cat crap period unless it was in a Litter box
banned#25
milewide
Cats swim very well, but dont they bury there waste. Never seen a cat crap openley, never seen a cat crap period unless it was in a Litter box


Are you a cat owner that doesn't look in their neighbours garden?:roll:
#26
It worked fo us a cat used to come and do it in our garden we put bottles of water and the dont do it anymore they are scared of their own reflection or somthing like that so if they see it they run away.
#27
my cats dump in next doors garden but they dont seem to mind,maybe you should install an electric fence :thumbsup:
#28
ahaaha wow at chilli powder OP

guv
If only owners could train their cats a little better.





I'd be major impressed if a cat owner trained their cat to not sh*t outside...
banned#29
DMERC


I'd be major impressed if a cat owner trained their cat to not sh*t outside...


There are a few, but unfortunately responsible cat owners are few and far between.
#30
vinger works just pour it ova your garden and the little sods wont crap in your i used it and now have a clean garden
#31
guv
Are you a cat owner that doesn't look in their neighbours garden?:roll:


I live next to a cat owner who has never seen cat crap in his garden, so it either does it in it's own or buries it.
banned#32
Has anyone mentioned karma?
#33
jtx
Airgun?


+1 :thumbsup:
banned#34
milewide
I live next to a cat owner who has never seen cat crap in his garden, so it either does it in it's own or buries it.


Cats never crap in their own garden. Its cat law.
#35
guv
Cats never crap in their own garden. Its cat law.
:thumbsup:

Never crap on your own step and all that.

We have a friend who has a English Springer Spaniel come round now and then and he pee's in the back (not the friend, we let him use the toilet) , maybe this is why we never see the cat.
#36
best thing to do is put a camera up watch it then when you know what cat is doing it put on a rubber glove pick it up and post it through the owners door
works a treat round here
you must make sure you let them know it was you who posted it
i usually say something like "your cat dropped something last night so i posted it through the door for you"
banned#37
i had one of those sonic cat scarer things, it worked, used to have to clean up about 3 piles of cat crap before letting kids out there, got it years ago and although now doesnt work the cats have never returned to the garden, i tried everything, orange peel, pepper, anything recommended and nothing worked, and that cats round here crap anywhere, pavements, grass, dirt, and never cover it, there as bad as the bleedin dogs
#38
will try the orange peel and water

thanks guys and girls
#39
try taking it to a vet and getting them put down seems as some people think its fine to give other peoples pets ops
#40
FilthAndFurry
Has anyone mentioned karma?


I prefer a Balti thanks:)

ilovepink
try taking it to a vet and getting them put down seems as some people think its fine to give other peoples pets ops


lollingtons

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