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Cats. Grrrrrr!

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ybt1982

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2,225 posts

108 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Hiya folks

So, it seems that although they can walk all over your car - leaving nice paw prints and scratches all over the paintwork - they can piss on your car cover and they can fill your shed with st, you are apparently still not allowed to kill cats.

So now knowing this fact, does anybody have any advice on how I can keep them away from my garage? Even better would be away from my house al together.

Nick

Shaw Tarse

26,148 posts

111 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Get a dog.
Or lion poo.

Cock Womble 7

29,908 posts

138 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Ignore that advice. Don't lie on poo.

Mr Roper

10,758 posts

102 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Park your car on the cat and put it down to karma.

Mobile Chicane

18,513 posts

120 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Get your own. A real bruiser of a rescue Tom that will send the neighbourhood cats packing.
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louiebaby

6,452 posts

99 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Perhaps this:

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sherman

6,408 posts

123 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Next time you see the offending animal thrown the contents of the bucket at it and you should not see it again.

You dont even need to hit it with the water just as long as you get the water close.

Papa Hotel

12,760 posts

90 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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You're not allowed to kill cats, it's true. However, cats go missing all the time. They're never truly tame, they go off for weeks at a time. Sometimes, they don't come back at all...

You should spread a lot of slug pellets around, you probably have slugs. And cats love to hunt slugs.

skinley

1,681 posts

68 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Cats do not scratch car paintwork.

Papa Hotel

12,760 posts

90 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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skinley said:
Cats do not scratch car paintwork.
Yes they do.

C2james

4,625 posts

73 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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skinley said:
Cats do not scratch car paintwork.
My cats climb on my car and have never scratched it.

syko89

237 posts

66 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Chuck it in the wheelie bin.

skinley

1,681 posts

68 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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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.

Cock Womble 7

29,908 posts

138 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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syko89 said:
Chuck it in the wheelie bin.
How are you going to fit a car in a wheelie bin?

ybt1982

Original Poster:

2,225 posts

108 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Mobile Chicane said:
Get your own. A real bruiser of a rescue Tom that will send the neighbourhood cats packing.
Not a chance, hateful creatures. Why have a pet that doesn't need you? I'll stick to dogs, once I get another place with a garden biggrin

sherman said:


Next time you see the offending animal thrown the contents of the bucket at it and you should not see it again.

You dont even need to hit it with the water just as long as you get the water close.
louiebaby said:
Perhaps this:

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Be good if I had ever seen it or knew when it was about.

Papa Hotel said:
You're not allowed to kill cats, it's true. However, cats go missing all the time. They're never truly tame, they go off for weeks at a time. Sometimes, they don't come back at all...

You should spread a lot of slug pellets around, you probably have slugs. And cats love to hunt slugs.
Best suggestion yet thumbup

skinley said:
Cats do not scratch car paintwork.
Oh dear, we seem to have a cat lover in the room....

syko89 said:
Chuck it in the wheelie bin.
Don't think the Chimp will fit in the bin smile

LCR265

1,220 posts

69 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Keeping an eye on this thread as it seems my garden is the local cat litter tray and it fking stinks!

An excuse to buy the biggest super soaker I suppose...

vixen1700

9,132 posts

178 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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Why would you want to kill cats?

Some right fking weirdos round here these days.

Mobile Chicane

18,513 posts

120 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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I think it's more likely to be foxes that are climbing on the car and scratching the paintwork. They crap everywhere too, and unlike cats they don't bury it.

Mr Roper

10,758 posts

102 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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It's a joke, I'm sure nobody wants to see the poor little pussy cat get hurt.


B Huey

4,881 posts

107 months

Tuesday 24th July 2012
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vixen1700 said:
Why would you want to kill cats?

Some right fking weirdos round here these days.
Cats can't take out restraining orders.