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vixen1700

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158 months

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Mr Roper said:
It's a joke, I'm sure nobody wants to see the poor little pussy cat get hurt.
I suppose I don't find it that funny, as there are so many sick s out there who take it upon themselves to hurt animals. Also having a cat that was treated badly by a previous 'owner' makes me a little more uptight about it.

Not saying the OP is a sick , mind


Edited by vixen1700 on Tuesday 24th July 15:24

LocoCoco

964 posts

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skinley said:
C2james said:
My cats climb on my car and have never scratched it.
Same here, I've owned many cats over the years, all of which have enjoyed walking around on my cars.

Many years, many cats, many cars, not a single scratch.
Same here, they leave dirty footprints but you'll only scratch the paint if you rub that grit into the paintwork.
Still really annoying though since they only seem to like sitting on my car when it's freshly washed.

OP should squirt said cat with a super soaker a few times when it's on his car.

GTIR

24,577 posts

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McHaggis

14,556 posts

43 months

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I have a cat and know cat behaviour fairly well.

I've told all of my neighbours that they can feel free to use a water pistol on it if it's in their garden, sat on their car, etc. A super soaker is fine, cats soon dry off and they don't go back.

GTIR

24,577 posts

154 months

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McHaggis said:
I have a cat and know cat behaviour fairly well.

I've told all of my neighbours that they can feel free to use a water pistol on it if it's in their garden, sat on their car, etc. A super soaker is fine, cats soon dry off and they don't go back.
I raped your cat and still it comes back for more.



Mange tout, monge tout.
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McHaggis

14,556 posts

43 months

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GTIR said:
I raped your cat and still it comes back for more.

Mange tout, monge tout.
Tremendous. Your parents must be terribly proud.

ybt1982

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1,986 posts

88 months

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Just want to clear something up, I DO NOT want to kill cats thumbup

I like animals and would not hurt any of them, well, maybe Spiders, but they scare the crap out of me frown

I am just very annoyed at all of the footprints on my car, piss all over the car cover and st filled shed. I suppose it could be foxes but I have never seen any around here, whereas I see a lot of cats in and around the estate.

It was a serious question, are there any plug in repelants that work or something that doesn't involve me catching them (in the garage, not catching them in order to dispose of them)?

GTIR

24,577 posts

154 months

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McHaggis said:
GTIR said:
I raped your cat and still it comes back for more.

Mange tout, monge tout.
Tremendous. Your parents must be terribly proud.
^ Sense of humour failure.

McHaggis

14,556 posts

43 months

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You could try sprinkling cat pepper around the garage perimeter / edge of the floor.

Some cats ignore it, some really hate it. Try amazon for some.

LocoCoco

964 posts

64 months

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I doubt it's the cat that's pooing in your shed, they like digging a hole to dump in.


Vieste

10,532 posts

48 months

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Cat thread in the lounge be gone you twisted smelly person!

Psst Al.

Maty

966 posts

101 months

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Simple answer is......get a cat!

They will NEVER st in their own garden + if it's hard enough it will scare all the other cats away.

vixen1700

8,378 posts

158 months

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ybt1982 said:
Just want to clear something up, I DO NOT want to kill cats thumbup

I like animals and would not hurt any of them, well, maybe Spiders, but they scare the crap out of me frown

I am just very annoyed at all of the footprints on my car, piss all over the car cover and st filled shed. I suppose it could be foxes but I have never seen any around here, whereas I see a lot of cats in and around the estate.

It was a serious question, are there any plug in repelants that work or something that doesn't involve me catching them (in the garage, not catching them in order to dispose of them)?
beer

http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=humane+cat+repell...

Not sure if these are any good, but probably worth a try if they're starting to do your head in.

TwigtheWonderkid

12,978 posts

38 months

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Papa Hotel said:
skinley said:
Cats do not scratch car paintwork.
Yes they do.
The cats in a safari park might, but neighbourhood mogs, not a cat in hell's chance.

Roo

8,467 posts

95 months

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Maty said:
Simple answer is......get a cat!

They will NEVER st in their own garden .
Try telling that to my three.

McHaggis

14,556 posts

43 months

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GTIR said:
^ Sense of humour failure.
^^ Detection of sarcasm failure wink

IroningMan

7,342 posts

134 months

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Animal turds in your shed/garage are much more likely to be rats.

Invest in a couple of rat traps and some rat poison as bait.

B Huey

4,881 posts

87 months

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TwigtheWonderkid said:
Papa Hotel said:
skinley said:
Cats do not scratch car paintwork.
Yes they do.
The cats in a safari park might, but neighbourhood mogs, not a cat in hell's chance.
Cat claws only really come out for fighting. Normally the claws are tucked up inside their paws.

rolex

2,645 posts

146 months

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I had a prob with cats and foxes during the night hours and cured it by leaving a "cateye" bicycle light on the bonnet of my car. It's set on flashing and being LED lighting the rechargeable batteries last over 100 hours.

LocoCoco

964 posts

64 months

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rolex said:
I had a prob with cats and foxes during the night hours and cured it by leaving a "cateye" bicycle light on the bonnet of my car. It's set on flashing and being LED lighting the rechargeable batteries last over 100 hours.
Oooh, I've seen cars flashing away with those things, always wondered why.
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