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Cat poo

Discussion in 'Other Animals' started by BEF, Jun 11, 2019.

  1. BEF

    BEF Active Member Registered

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    Has anyone got any ideas for keeping next doors cats from using our veg patches as a giant litter tray.
    Whisper is obsessed with getting out there and eating the cat poo :confused:
    Disgusting
     
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  3. Ari_RR

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    What if you told next door folks that while Whisper loves their cats’ poo, she wouldn’t mind the cats themselves? Could they realistically keep a closer eye on their cats, or are these outdoor cats just roaming the neighborhood?
     
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    Ive used Get off my Garden crystals. They're non toxic. I bought mine from Wilko.
     
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  5. Mad Murphy

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    Some people swear by lion dung its suppose to scare the cats off..
    Or you could be like OH sick of our garden being used as a litter tray he got a kids super soaker and squirted any cat who came up the drive.. most now stay on the other side of the road.

    Or you could just collect the poo and deliver it back to the cat owners... see if they like it in thier garden..
     
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    I know it's not good but Timber is an excellent cat deterrent.
     
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    You can borrow one of my terriers,best deterrent going. No cat poo in our garden anymore.
     
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