Animal Repeller - Solar Powered - £9.99 - LIDL (Florabest)- Instore - 3 Year Warranty
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Animal Repeller - Solar Powered - £9.99 - LIDL (Florabest)- Instore - 3 Year Warranty

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Found 22nd Mar
Harmlessly Repels Dogs, Cats, Foxes, Squirrels and Rodents with high frequency sounds and flashing lights – Ideal for Gardens Driveways or Garages
Integrated solar panel for Mains Free operation with 5 modes for specific animals or universal use
Adjustable motion sensor with a detection range of up to approx 8 m
Motion sensor detection angle approx. 110 degrees
Sturdy aluminium spike for ground attachment, and materials for optional wall mounting
Includes batteries and USB Charging Cable
Available at LIDL from 29th March for £9.99
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Unless this fires lasers at the neighbours cats when they come and crap in my garden it's not going to work!
Must only work on stupid cats. Bought several similar over the years and the sound of multiple cats laughing as they dumped in the flower bed haunts me still
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Unless this fires lasers at the neighbours cats when they come and crap in my garden it's not going to work!
If this works on my scummy neighbours, I'll buy!
I got one for my.neighbours cats who spend all thier time making my garden their toilet!.

It's rubbish, the cats walk past it, activate it and laugh at the sound!. It has settings for rodents and cats.
Used similar ones to these, worked for us but issue is they won't last more than a couple of months, due to the British weather
A very similar device worked well not only on parasite birds but also on my neighbours. I'm going to get this one from Lidl as a backup. It repels dogs, so may work on cats. The downside is that on sunny days it is too noisy and on full days it is too quiet.
Unfortunately as Stoneblade says, work initially then stop working. I’ve had this happen to 2. Don’t waste your money.
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Bought similar from Amazon, we had about 6 cats taking a dump in our garden. We used 2 to make sure all directions were covered and they worked. We would have to move them occasionally because the sneaky cats would figure out how to avoid them and dump right behind them to say up yours.
I have similar solar solution fulfilled Amazon but with benefit of USB recharge socket to overcome the usual combination of issues related to naff UK weather & poor battery capacity longevity.
Must only work on stupid cats. Bought several similar over the years and the sound of multiple cats laughing as they dumped in the flower bed haunts me still
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I purchased one last year and it does work with foxes

Fox cubs were digging up my potatoes (for" footy" games on the lawn) but after installing this deterrent - I'm still using last year's crop
I got 2 last time they were on offer.
Neighbourhood cats found another toilet in someone else's garden
Gollywood3 h, 17 m ago

If this works on my scummy neighbours, I'll buy!



Take my advice.... MOVE.. Had 2 lots of bad neighbours on both sides council houses, bought ours), 7 years of misery, when they'd finally gone, no thanks to the council or police!... we moved, best thing I ever did
Bought one of these and didn't keep anything off my garden. Waste of money I think.
leewills822nd Mar

Unless this fires lasers at the neighbours cats when they come and crap in …Unless this fires lasers at the neighbours cats when they come and crap in my garden it's not going to work!


Have you tried getting lion dung from nearby Safari parks and zoos! They do give it our to tackle this problem. Apparently animals stay clear of dung from larger predators is around the perimeter. Strategically located lion dung around the perimeter is better than cat poo all over your back yard! If you ask the Safari park they will know why you are asking!

But some really dominant ones might poo a lot more to show their dominance! Which what happened to one colleague!
Edited by: "bubblesmoney" 24th Mar
I'm quite partial to this idea: (Although his humor may not be for everyone. Also you could argue that getting cats soaking wet with British weather may not very cleaver)

Still, something to lighten the mood of all those struggling with neighbors cats.
Banned
Does it work on in laws
bubblesmoney5 h, 9 m ago

Have you tried getting lion dung from nearby Safari parks and zoos! They …Have you tried getting lion dung from nearby Safari parks and zoos! They do give it our to tackle this problem. Apparently animals stay clear of dung from larger predators is around the perimeter. Strategically located lion dung around the perimeter is better than cat poo all over your back yard! If you ask the Safari park they will know why you are asking!But some really dominant ones might poo a lot more to show their dominance! Which what happened to one colleague!



Tried this last year, got some fresh Lion poo from the local zoo, worked great never had a cat come around all summer, but feck me the flies where everywhere
bc11118 h, 52 m ago

Tried this last year, got some fresh Lion poo from the local zoo, worked …Tried this last year, got some fresh Lion poo from the local zoo, worked great never had a cat come around all summer, but feck me the flies where everywhere


Could have put a few frogs in your garden to take care of them flies!
Male urine is good for marking territory. Use the 'first one in the morning', you know, the REAL humdinger wee! Put that into a plant sprayer type thing and spray that at common entry points to your garden. Worked really well for me as we had cats queuing up to "drop their kids off at the pool". Not any more and it's a supply that's always ready. Even better, if you keep the sprayer handy and see one of the furry feline enemy, you can spray it at them and they really don't like it.
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