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    How Can i Stop Cats Pooing

    This is a discussion on How Can i Stop Cats Pooing within the General chat forums, part of the Community channel category; psu300 Hi back on to pepper you can get a pepper spray you can use on areas where you see ...

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      Re: How Can i Stop Cats Pooing

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      Hi back on to pepper you can get a pepper spray you can use on areas where you see the cats spray plus fence and posts the cats comes back because of their scent remove the scent with pepper spray and they will not come back


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      Re: How Can i Stop Cats Pooing

      Hi The system I use successfully ( in my elderly neighbours garden) has already been mentioned.

      The 2 Litre lemonade bottle, label removed and 3/4 filled with water and then laid on the lawn.

      Every few months I have to moved it to another spot, damn cats starts to get use to it. But as said this works in a garden that is never used other than to cut the grass.

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      Re: How Can i Stop Cats Pooing

      Stick a cork up their ****!

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      Re: How Can i Stop Cats Pooing

      Well

      (a) my "cruelty" comments were not aimed at you, and

      (b) cats are semi-wild animals. You can't stop them wandering. As an ex-cat-owner yourself, you should know that.

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      Re: How Can i Stop Cats Pooing

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      Perhaps you should read this :

      Diseases: Toxoplasma | CDC Healthy Pets Healthy People

      Therfore It Is the Responsibility of owners of cats to train them to use litter trays, or a designated place in THEIR Garden.

      Maybe you will understand, as i have Grand-Children
      Last edited by psu300; 17-05-09 at 03:33 PM. Reason: Add infor

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      Re: How Can i Stop Cats Pooing

      Keep this in the realms of sensibility please. Yes, there are small risks in most everyday things but, the risks are infintessimal!
      Think of the thousands upon thousands of people who keep dogs or cats and have young children or babies. These kids don't cop for these scarmongering diseases do they?
      And to spout Responsibility of cat owners is just hogwash! Cats are free agents. They are territorial and will mark out some territory. Owners cannot be responsible for their actions and you certainly can't train a cat to use a tray unless it is confined to the house.
      If you have fear of cats passing some disease to your kids then it is YOUR responsibilty to protect your kids by treating your garden to keep the cats out.
      As cats are territorial they will respond to the treatment and mark their territory elsewhere.
      Just for your benefit psu300, I had an immunocompromised son who kept 2 cats in the house and not once was he ever affected by them. Don't be so damned alarmist man. Keep a sense of proportion for Heavens sake!
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      Re: How Can i Stop Cats Pooing

      Quote Originally Posted by Ned Ludd View Post
      If you have fear of cats passing some disease to your kids then it is YOUR responsibilty to protect your kids by treating your garden to keep the cats out.
      As cats are territorial they will respond to the treatment and mark their territory elsewhere.
      Just for your benefit psu300, I had an immunocompromised son who kept 2 cats in the house and not once was he ever affected by them. Don't be so damned alarmist man. Keep a sense of proportion for Heavens sake!
      I Dont Have Kids,i Have Children and Grand - Children !!!!!!!!!
      As for...
      YOUR responsibilty to protect your kids( Children ) by treating your garden to keep the cats out.
      Thats exactly why i started this thread,but obviously it is rattling some peoples cages !!

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      Re: How Can i Stop Cats Pooing

      I'm gone!
      Last edited by Ned Ludd; 17-05-09 at 08:42 PM.
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      Re: How Can i Stop Cats Pooing

      Can we please keep this topic friendly be a shame to close it as it's got potential for some really good solutions for what is an all to common problem, So everyone be nice or else
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      Re: How Can i Stop Cats Pooing

      Quote Originally Posted by SatDish View Post
      Can we please keep this topic friendly be a shame to close it as it's got potential for some really good solutions for what is an all to common problem, So everyone be nice or else

      Sorry Ned .

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