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Rat (or maybe cat) problem!

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Right guys, so I woke up at 3AM this morning because I heard a 'Chattering' sound in the room. Only to find that in the corner there was Another cat (not ours) feasting/ playing with a dead rat! ...Eu…
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
Right guys, so I woke up at 3AM this morning because I heard a 'Chattering' sound in the room. Only to find that in the corner there was Another cat (not ours) feasting/ playing with a dead rat! ...Eughh (cringe).

This cat obviously brought it from the backside garden (through the cat flap), im guessing near the shed area.
What can I buy/use to eliminate this rodent problem, both rat and cat?
Thanks
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
My mum had someone elses cat bring a live bat in through their catflat. It was horrible, had some job getting it out of the house again. You could use poison or traps for the rats but not sure on the cat problem. Maybe get rid of your catflap and let your cat in and out the door?
#2
Adopt the cool rat eating cat (thats what cats do!) & get rid of your old cat as it is obviously not doing its job.
I've heard of a lady garden but not a backside garden, doesn't sound nice tbh
#3
A Shotgun?
#4
I go with whatsthepoint an individual I'd chip on your cats collar links to the lock on the flat
#5
We have one of those Catflaps that works on a magnet on the cats collar. Only problem is the cats keep losing thier collars (have 5 cats) and at £8 for 2 magnets it getting to be a costly do!!!
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KazzyD;8352302
We have one of those Catflaps that works on a magnet on the cats collar. Only problem is the cats keep losing thier collars (have 5 cats) and at £8 for 2 magnets it getting to be a costly do!!!

Cant lose this one!

http://www.petporte.com/?gclid=CMLh5OCyg6ECFUkrDgod4gvsuw
#8
whatsThePoint
And at only £110 no more worrying about £8 for a new pair of magnets :whistling:


LOL! :thumbsup:

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