Get Off! Cat Repellent  £0.99 @ Home Bargains
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Get Off! Cat Repellent £0.99 @ Home Bargains

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Found 15th Jul 2011
Just found this in home bargain today, i use it on my garden to stop neighbours cats using flower beds are litter tray, seems to be working. it £7.99 in petsathome and £5 on ebay so bargain.

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bargain

if its the garlic stuff it repelled me from my garden too - bloody stinks all the nieghbours could smeell it too.

isnt cat dodo gud for the flowers?

does this really work? the cats are a nightmare
**** all over my garden nothing you can do about it yet if i had dog and i let it into the neighbours garden for a sh4rt my dog would be taken away and shot
Edited by moderator: "Don`t bypass swear filter" 15th Jul 2011

i read all about it a whiel ago when we had problems it did work for a few months but i think they are back donig it again now - it really did stink fora couple of days, the cats can smell it for much longer supposedly.

i read about people putting chilli power/flakes on the soil stops them, or cocktail sticks in the soil to spike there feet. or when its in you garden catch it and smear mustard on its bum!!oO

Cat repellents (all kinds) seem very cat dependent in my experience. I have tried many sonic, sticks, plant, sprays, gels, the lot. Some of the neighbourhoods cats hate some but seem un-phased by others.
Edited by: "Doors" 15th Jul 2011

realblender

When the cat comes in your garden, make friends with it, give it some … When the cat comes in your garden, make friends with it, give it some food and stroke it . That way the cat wont view your garden as a toilet but as part of its home. You will also find that the cat will then guard your home and keep away other cats from your garden. That is the 100% most effective strategy.



and then once its your friends and trusts you - smear mustard on its bum!

I think the wife must have sprayed some of this on her pussy as well! oO

FTCom

I think the wife must have sprayed some of this on her pussy as well! oO



and mustard on her bum?

landofdan

and then once its your friends and trusts you - smear mustard on its bum!




Better still rub the chilli powder on its bum too and it'll run for miles!

FTCom

I think the wife must have sprayed some of this on her pussy as well! oO



i can guarentee if she reads this no sex for a month X)

One of our cats died because some moron was putting down poison.

Gladly we found out who he was and he ended up inside for a month.

cheers, will get some.

I've tried all the cat deterrents..... none of them work for long.
I've now got a dog. I dont get cats in my garden anymore...... well not live ones anyway.

Biker Jeff

I've tried all the cat deterrents..... none of them work for long.I've … I've tried all the cat deterrents..... none of them work for long.I've now got a dog. I dont get cats in my garden anymore...... well not live ones anyway.



That is the last resort. Pea shooters are a good alternative though and are quite fun at the same time.

The little b#{/':#/'ds.

I am going to find out which neighbours have cats and I will personally take a dump and wee in their gardens!

I will be very open to hear their feedback!

This may seem a bit out there...... but shouldn't cat owners be responsible for keeping THEIR pets out of other peoples property ?
Yet it seems to be the responsibility of non cat owners.

Strange that !

tr0r

One of our cats died because some moron was putting down poison.Gladly we … One of our cats died because some moron was putting down poison.Gladly we found out who he was and he ended up inside for a month.



Cool story, but since your cat had no right to be there in the first place, how exactly did you prosecute them? "Err, yeah he put down cat repellent on HIS property and when my cat jogged in to take a ****, it made him ill" - clearly absurd! You should try dropping your kecks next time youre round his garden and curling one, clearly in your book, you're quite within your rights to do so...

Most effective solution according to my uncle who was plagued with cats attacking his Aviary - an air rifle to the hind quarters!
Edited by: "marteee" 15th Jul 2011

Biker Jeff

This may seem a bit out there...... but shouldn't cat owners be … This may seem a bit out there...... but shouldn't cat owners be responsible for keeping THEIR pets out of other peoples property ?Yet it seems to be the responsibility of non cat owners.Strange that !



Touche, but its much easier to be a pompous, irresponsible clown and lay the blame at everyone elses door

Edited by: "marteee" 15th Jul 2011

realblender

When the cat comes in your garden, make friends with it, give it some … When the cat comes in your garden, make friends with it, give it some food and stroke it . That way the cat wont view your garden as a toilet but as part of its home. You will also find that the cat will then guard your home and keep away other cats from your garden. That is the 100% most effective strategy.




So how come MY cat craps in MY garden

gcmarcal

I am going to find out which neighbours have cats and I will personally … I am going to find out which neighbours have cats and I will personally take a dump and wee in their gardens! I will be very open to hear their feedback!




You'll get mustard on your bum

marteee

Touche, but its much easier to be a pompous, irresponsible clown and lay … Touche, but its much easier to be a pompous, irresponsible clown and lay the blame at everyone elses door



Cat owners are odd folk..... When their cats torture a bird or a small mammal to a slow and excruciatingly painful death, the cat owner will say.... "Aww look how sweet, little Tibbles has brought me a present"

Geemac

You'll get mustard on your bum





That's fine! as long as I get even with some pussies! (_;)

marteee

Cool story, but since your cat had no right to be there in the first … Cool story, but since your cat had no right to be there in the first place, how exactly did you prosecute them? "Err, yeah phe put down cat repellent on HIS property and when my cat jogged in to take a ****, it made him ill" - clearly absurd! You should try dropping your kecks next time youre round his garden and curling one, clearly in your book, you're quite within your rights to do so...Most effective solution according to my uncle who was plagued with cats attacking his Aviary - an air rifle to the hind quarters!




He was putting down POISON not cat repellent, and shooting at cat's with an air rifle will get you in to trouble.

Geemac

He was putting down POISON not cat repellent, and shooting at cat's with … He was putting down POISON not cat repellent, and shooting at cat's with an air rifle will get you in to trouble.



Several cats died within a couple of months so after investigation it turned out this guy was putting down catmeat with Anti Freze on. Police caught him red handed.

tr0r

Several cats died within a couple of months so after investigation it … Several cats died within a couple of months so after investigation it turned out this guy was putting down catmeat with Anti Freze on. Police caught him red handed.



Did the police set up a special incident room and have a team of officers working around the clock to solve this heinous crime ?
I expect they had known cat haters under 24 hour surveilance.

Biker Jeff

Did the police set up a special incident room and have a team of officers … Did the police set up a special incident room and have a team of officers working around the clock to solve this heinous crime ?I expect they had known cat haters under 24 hour surveilance.




Are you joking?

This seems to have come down to cat-lovers V cat-haters. I am neither, although I regard cats as unsuitable pets. However, if I find someone's "pet" stalking my rabbit, in my garden, as I did last week, it will be lucky to escape with my boot up its bum, let alone mustard. I'd really like to discuss control with the owner - but I think we all know why that won't happen. Easier to kick the darling out during the day to infest the neighbours.

I've tried everything to keep the little dears from using my hedgerow as their personal larder when the birds are nesting, but this stuff keeps everything else away too. If it worked, it wouldn't be reduced.

OK I’ll bite you regard cats as unsuitable pets, but a Rabbit is a suitable pet

Cats aren't 'unsuitable' pets...... they're just pets for pet owners that dont want to be responsible for their pets.
The exception being pedigree cats, like Siamese and Persian cats. These cat owners ensure their pets stay on their own property so no harm comes to them.

Geemac

OK I’ll bite you regard cats as unsuitable pets, but a Rabbit is a s … OK I’ll bite you regard cats as unsuitable pets, but a Rabbit is a suitable pet


Somewhat off topic, but I haven't noticed my rabbits causing issues with neignbours.
They stay on my property and don't make any noise loud enough to disturb. Although their behaviour, as a prey animal, is different to a cat or dog (hunters) they are intelligent and social animals and are a pleasure to be around.
If you want to get into the philosophical "amimals as pets" debate, it might be worth noting that mine are rescued ....... so a life in captivity is better than nothing for them. They can also live as long as most pedigree dogs if they're looked after - my buck is 8 years old. If you keep them in a box, ignore them and generally mistreat them, they're lokely to die a lot earlier ..... strange that.
Animals aren't the problem, people are.

macliam

Somewhat off topic, but I haven't noticed my rabbits causing issues with … Somewhat off topic, but I haven't noticed my rabbits causing issues with neignbours. They stay on my property and don't make any noise loud enough to disturb. Although their behaviour, as a prey animal, is different to a cat or dog (hunters) they are intelligent and social animals and are a pleasure to be around. If you want to get into the philosophical "amimals as pets" debate, it might be worth noting that mine are rescued ....... so a life in captivity is better than nothing for them. They can also live as long as most pedigree dogs if they're looked after - my buck is 8 years old. If you keep them in a box, ignore them and generally mistreat them, they're lokely to die a lot earlier ..... strange that.Animals aren't the problem, people are.



Totally agree with your last statement.
My dog would almost certainly kill a pet rabbit, but you cant blame the dog for that. But you could definitely blame myself as the dog owner for not keeping my pet under control. If my dog was shot or came to any other harm on someone else's property, it would be totally my fault for being so irresponsible in failing to keep my pet on my property.
Cat owners simply cannot grasp this basic responsibility of pet ownership.

I sympathise on EVERY front! I am the owner of 3 cats - who insist on crapping on MY lawn!!!
I've even tried the commercial sold dried lion poo that cost me over £12 and was supposedly guaranteed to work - the cats just crapped on top of it...
If anyone finds anything that works without actually causing bodily harm to the cat PLEASE let me know.....

When I was a kid I had music lessons from an old guy. His saintly, sweet natured old wife, a really nice old dear in her 80s, was always very friendly. She also used to like watching the birds in the garden, and if she saw a cat she'd shoot it with her air rifle. She was a damned good shot as well.

micks_missus

I sympathise on EVERY front! I am the owner of 3 cats - who insist on … I sympathise on EVERY front! I am the owner of 3 cats - who insist on crapping on MY lawn!!!



They should be crapping on your lawn... they're your cats.

Banned

you want this http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toolbank-STV610-Defenders-Mega-Sonic-Repeller/dp/B000NR8Q1U

my Mum's cat runs away like a freight train when it goes off :lol:

Awww so much cat hate here. You know, the only way to stop a cat pooping in other people's gardens is to make it a house cat. Some cats are ok with that, others go a bit crazy over time as it's against their insinct.

I would love for my kitty to only poop in my garden, then I'd clean it up when I clean the dog poop. But it's beyond my control.

And yeah if some dude poisoned my cat like it's my, or anyone's fault the cat was in his garden, I'd want him to do time too. There's no need to resort to such cruelty. I also wonder about his mentality; I personally spend more time cleaning up other people's litter (kids usually) than other people's pets poo. Should I poison their kids?



Edited by: "silkhuk" 15th Jul 2011

micks_missus

I sympathise on EVERY front! I am the owner of 3 cats - who insist on … I sympathise on EVERY front! I am the owner of 3 cats - who insist on crapping on MY lawn!!!



Where else do you expect them to do it? Pick it up yourself. It's not a pleasant job but I fling the dung straight back over the fence to the owners (in both senses of the word)

Biker Jeff

Totally agree with your last statement.My dog would almost certainly kill … Totally agree with your last statement.My dog would almost certainly kill a pet rabbit, but you cant blame the dog for that. But you could definitely blame myself as the dog owner for not keeping my pet under control. If my dog was shot or came to any other harm on someone else's property, it would be totally my fault for being so irresponsible in failing to keep my pet on my property.Cat owners simply cannot grasp this basic responsibility of pet ownership.




And dog owners don't let there dogs crap on the pavment "well they don't outside my house not more than once"

micks_missus

I sympathise on EVERY front! I am the owner of 3 cats - who insist on … I sympathise on EVERY front! I am the owner of 3 cats - who insist on crapping on MY lawn!!!I've even tried the commercial sold dried lion poo that cost me over £12 and was supposedly guaranteed to work - the cats just crapped on top of it... :|If anyone finds anything that works without actually causing bodily harm to the cat PLEASE let me know.....




Buy a cat litter tray and teach your cats to use it. I always find it funny how people teach a kitten to use a litter tray then after they get bored of changing they throw their cats/pests outside to go Shíte on everyone elses garden!


Edited by: "clueless1981" 15th Jul 2011
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