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These bloody cats... by kazzzz on 29 November 2009 1:48am
 
...are still living here :( They keep us awake all night, yowling and carrying on and just sit and wait for my cat to come outside. I'm not feeding them anything (just water) in an effort to deter them but it's not working at all.
Yesterday I left the car window down by accident and when I went to the shop last night I got into the car to be overwhelmed with the stench of cat urine. Obviously one of them has got in and sprayed everywhere. I'm just off to the car detailers, I can think of a better way to spend $50. :( I'm already in a bad mood due to no sleep due to noisy, messy teenagers. Bah! And it's not creme egg season! AARGH

Moan over.
 
Re: These bloody cats... by mrsteabag on 29 November 2009 2:09am
 
Ick!! Nothing smells worse than cat pee, except cat pee in hot weather.
It's not exactly a creme egg, but if you take two squares of 70% cacao chocolate and paste them together with almond, peanut, cashew butter it will take the edge off.
 
Re: These bloody cats... by johnnythemonkey on 29 November 2009 2:29am
 
That was'nt a feline that got in your car.......it was big Ray's latest girlfriend! :)

Calm down K...you know I'm your pal :)
 
Re: These bloody cats... by johnnythemonkey on 29 November 2009 2:33am
 
Btw, my old cat McGill is out atm and it's throwing it down with rain and he's been showing signs of having a cold. He's a silly old bugger at times. He spent the early evening sitting on the couch with his 'mum'. He didn't look too chuffed when I cuddled her.....mind you...neither did she !
 
Re: These bloody cats... by kazzzz on 29 November 2009 5:58am
 
it was $80! Not happy. What's a good cat repellant?
 
Re: These bloody cats... by Spursfan on 29 November 2009 9:43am
 
If you scroll down this there are a few traditional methods.

I particular like 'Lion/leopard dung', which of course EVERYONE has hanging about at the back of the kitchen cupboard don't they. Oh - just me then? Lol

:)

http://www.angliangardener.co.uk/green_up_your_fingers/unwanted_visitors_how_to_deter_cats.htm
 
Re: These bloody cats... by sighthound on 1 December 2009 7:00pm
 
A good cat repellent is a dog.
 



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