Cat's pooing on lawn!!!

Discussion in 'Cat Training and Behaviour' started by Kay73, Mar 29, 2008.

  1. Kay73

    Kay73 PetForums VIP

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    i have 2 indoor cats, i know where they poo (in a tray).
    how ever numerous neighbourhood moggies keep crapping on my lawn, it is very fusturating, and often runny YUCK!!!:eek::mad:
    How can i keep them off my garden, so the kids can play outside without standing in it, and avoiding the health risks. ive tried orange peel, garlic, cat off, and bottles of water.
    Does anyone have any suggestions,???
     
  2. SavannahKitten

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    The only thing that will work is cat proof fencing and that will be extremely expensive.
     
  3. Eolabeo

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    Get a dirty great big dog , they wont come near again :D
     
  4. SavannahKitten

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    Ha! Me being a cat person, I didn't even think of that.

    Hey.. what's happened to the font on here? The writing is larger and a different font type!

    Or is it just me?
     
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  5. Siamese Kelly

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    Kay, i believe tiger crap soes the trick,failing that and i'm not one of these people but i have known people to spud the perpetrators or drench them with water guns:confused::)
     
  6. Eolabeo

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    wat u mean by tiger crap??? as in proper tiger s**t ??
     
  7. SavannahKitten

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    It's back to normal now. Never mind. Just having a Bengal moment.
     
  8. Siamese Kelly

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    wat u mean by tiger crap??? as in proper tiger s**t ??
    __________________:D:D Oh yes-someone mentioned it on here a while back and supposedly it works:confused:Oh and before you ask(i know ya wanna:D)yes Maris Pipers "apparently" are the most effective spuds to use and cause the least amount of pain:D:D
     
  9. Kay73

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    given the chance(coz i wouldnt wanna hurt a cat being a cat lover)I'd soak or spud them but they must do it at the most ungodly hour!, when i need my beauty sleep lol.
     
  10. Siamese Kelly

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    Aah see thats wher ya going wrong Kay-you've got think like a moggie with form and (from what i've been told)they won't be so quick and lazy to smell your garden out with god knows what:D
     

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