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Best way to discourage cat from doing its business in my garden

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Matt_Hirst, Oct 31, 2013.

  1. Twirlywoos

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    Liar the poo is your mother in laws and she is blaming the cat. Cats will dig a hole in the earth; do it's business and cover it up very well. Reminds me when our neighbour told us to tell our cat to stop going in their garden. I just laughed at them and said "do cats understand English?" Bloody idiots.
     
  2. Twirlywoos

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    Most people don't clean their bum with water instead smear **** using toilet paper and think their ass is clean. Vile human beings, no wonder they smell and have dirty skid marks on their underwear.
     
  3. Whitewater

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    Nuke it from orbit, it's the only way to be sure.
     
  4. EvilDreams

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    It's only a matter of time before a cat thread becomes a cat vs. dog thread.
     
  5. Cupra

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    It's selfish of someone to have a cat and let it roam free for someone else to pick up after it.
     
  6. LeonardNimoy

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    Get a dog.
     
  7. Scurra

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    This. It worked a treat for me, after it being there for a few months I could take it down and haven't had the cats come back since.

    Just remember it's there when you make the mad dash down the back garden to the dustbins :)
     
  8. V4NT0M

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    Run out barking at it every time you see it in your garden!