Cats in the garden

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D Wallace

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What is the best way to get rid of cats from the garden, Sh**ing everywere[:(!] All advice welcome.
 

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cats now sprint across my garden, dodging and ducking all the way, any new ones soon learn how accurate i am with a catty.
 

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get a shed, and put a cat-flap in the door that only opens inwards, when you have a shed full, call the take-away for a collection[;)] p.s. don't have the chicken chow mein[;)]
 

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[:)] Best Method used to be a mixture of Creosote and Mothballs, old gardeners remedy to stop them cr@pping in and digging up the veggie garden.[:T]
 

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Originally posted by greentura

get a shed, and put a cat-flap in the door that only opens inwards, when you have a shed full, call the take-away for a collection[;)] p.s. don't have the chicken chow mein[;)]

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Originally posted by greentura

get a shed, and put a cat-flap in the door that only opens inwards, when you have a shed full, call the take-away for a collection[;)] p.s. don't have the chicken chow mein[;)]

Have you been supplying Wokkie[B)]
His grub was good that he brought to our match whatever it was[:D]
 

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If they are cr@pping on flower beds then get some cheap pebbles from a builders yard, not only does it stop them but it looks good as well.
 

armstrong1

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wilkos sell a blue gel in a bottle , i bought a few and sprinkled around the garden , no bother since.
 

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Originally posted by D Wallace

What is the best way to get rid of cats from the garden, Sh**ing everywere[:(!] All advice welcome.

I used to get cats in my garden hiding around the bird feeders and also trying to catch some mice that live in a dry stone wall on one side of the garden. I have seeded the area with those large Scottish thistles and planted nettles, no more cat problem and the insects love 'em. [:T]
 

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