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#711609 - 23rd Jul 2012 6:28pm cats doing their business
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my friend is having trouble with cats doing their business by his car & he's getting fed up he asked me so I said id ask on here for him if anyone knows what you can do to try& stop them.


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#711611 - 23rd Jul 2012 6:41pm Re: cats doing their business [Re: starakita]
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Jeyes fluid wink keeps the things away or sit in the car till they start to poo then oh my the hand brake is lose bye bye mr cat

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#711618 - 23rd Jul 2012 7:04pm Re: cats doing their business [Re: starakita]
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Is your friend absolutely sure it is a cat? Has he actually SEEN the cat doing this or just found it by the car in the morning?
Cats are frequently blamed but it is usually a fox during the night. It looks just the same and foxes never cover it over, cats are very particular about this and very rarely use open hard surfaces.
Or does your friend park his car on grass or bare earth?
Cats get unfairly blamed for this.
I know this because I have several foxes in the garden and have to clear up quite regularly.

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#711619 - 23rd Jul 2012 7:04pm Re: cats doing their business [Re: starakita]
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My wife uses lemon peel around the garden where she doesn't want a moggy to visit.

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#711621 - 23rd Jul 2012 7:08pm Re: cats doing their business [Re: starakita]
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Didn't know that tip lemon peel
Going to use that happy

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#711624 - 23rd Jul 2012 7:30pm Re: cats doing their business [Re: muzzy2]
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Originally Posted By: muzzy2
Is your friend absolutely sure it is a cat? Has he actually SEEN the cat doing this or just found it by the car in the morning?
Cats are frequently blamed but it is usually a fox during the night. It looks just the same and foxes never cover it over, cats are very particular about this and very rarely use open hard surfaces.
Or does your friend park his car on grass or bare earth?
Cats get unfairly blamed for this.
I know this because I have several foxes in the garden and have to clear up quite regularly.
my cat when I had him used to go in the gutter he tried to cover it but there wasn't much to cover it with.Il check with him think its in the road but Ill mention foxes to him
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#711642 - 23rd Jul 2012 8:53pm Re: cats doing their business [Re: starakita]
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Jeyes fluid is the way to go for hard ground/gravel. For grass I've seen pepper, lemon peel, citronella oil and chilli powder recommended. I don't think the RSPCA would approve of chilli powder though...

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#711657 - 23rd Jul 2012 10:15pm Re: cats doing their business [Re: starakita]
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#711692 - 24th Jul 2012 12:32am Re: cats doing their business [Re: little_pob]
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Originally Posted By: little_pob
Jeyes fluid is the way to go for hard ground/gravel. For grass I've seen pepper, lemon peel, citronella oil and chilli powder recommended. I don't think the RSPCA would approve of chilli powder though...


Not bothered what the RSPCA think they don't have to clean it up, going to try the pepper / chilli powder route...

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#711693 - 24th Jul 2012 12:42am Re: cats doing their business [Re: starakita]
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I also doubt it's cats. Have owned cats all my life and have yet to see one doing it's business on tarmac or concrete

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#711706 - 24th Jul 2012 8:13am Re: cats doing their business [Re: starakita]
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#711743 - 24th Jul 2012 11:16am Re: cats doing their business [Re: delta6]
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thanks for the tips Ill let him know but I did tell him not to go down the shooting route because if its a cat its someones pet & I would have been devastated if someone had done that to my cat.
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#711805 - 24th Jul 2012 5:46pm Re: cats doing their business [Re: starakita]
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Anyone suggesting shooting a cat is a complete irresponsible moron.

Not only is it killing someone's pet it's also,illegal and giving people who who use airguns legitimately a bad name.

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#711840 - 24th Jul 2012 8:43pm Re: cats doing their business [Re: Paul77]
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Originally Posted By: Paul77
Anyone suggesting shooting a cat is a complete irresponsible moron.

Not only is it killing someone's pet it's also,illegal and giving people who who use airguns legitimately a bad name.

With that !
Good shout Paul smile

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#711843 - 24th Jul 2012 8:56pm Re: cats doing their business [Re: Paul77]
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Originally Posted By: Paul77
Anyone suggesting shooting a cat is a complete irresponsible moron.

Not only is it killing someone's pet it's also,illegal and giving people who who use airguns legitimately a bad name.
Just out of interest,what's a legitimate use for an airgun?

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