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  1. #61
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    I dont think cats are such stuipid animals like human beings they too have become very cunning and cruel remember its got nine lives.

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    u dun have to spray the acidic vinegar on the surface, just put it in the plastic container then you will smell the thing eddy

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    supposed my house is corner lot, then how many dozens of vinegar I have to buy? what happens when it rains?

    Now I got a suggestion......don't throw the durian spiky skin. Keep them and if you see a cat coming or walking past, throw dozens of them at them....

    Kokomo!!! You really speak out my mind.....esp the owners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tryagain
    purchase the "get off of my garden" , green color substance price about RM30. So far it works...
    Pls share how it works....issit the smell or what? Where you bought it? Taipan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaylow
    supposed my house is corner lot, then how many dozens of vinegar I have to buy? what happens when it rains?

    Now I got a suggestion......don't throw the durian spiky skin. Keep them and if you see a cat coming or walking past, throw dozens of them at them....

    Kokomo!!! You really speak out my mind.....esp the owners.
    Jaylow, keepin' durian skin to throw at those stray cats might help to keep them away from your garden but then it might also just attract other insects / pest to build new home in your garden.

    We also cannot stand the smell of durian outside our rubbish dump if those fella don't come collect our rubbish within 2 days of it. Definitely it will also keep us away from our own home. Haha .. pls consider that ya ...
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    So many suggestions. I think I'll try the viniger solution first. Did anyone ever thought of trapping the cat in a cage and then call SPCA to pick them up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by acymcsc
    So many suggestions. I think I'll try the viniger solution first. Did anyone ever thought of trapping the cat in a cage and then call SPCA to pick them up?
    Trapping a cat into a cage? Haha .. cats are smart'la .. they won't simply let you trap them into a cage. If you want then just call SPCA directly to come pick them up. They'll do all the jobs for you. Save you the trouble.
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    Due to man power shortages SPCA wont help you chase after all the cats. You would have to catch the cats first and then call them to pick up the cats.

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    err.. kokomo, i did trap a cat in a rat cage b4, i used the finger licking good chicken wing to trap some rats in my factory, next morning i found this full size cat trap in this small rat cage with the tail sticking out, from far i thought i caught the mother of all rat with the cage bouncing up & down, after letting it out, never saw that cat again around my place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chsum
    err.. kokomo, i did trap a cat in a rat cage b4, i used the finger licking good chicken wing to trap some rats in my factory, next morning i found this full size cat trap in this small rat cage with the tail sticking out, from far i thought i caught the mother of all rat with the cage bouncing up & down, after letting it out, never saw that cat again around my place.
    chsum, must we use such expensive food to trap cats ar? Nvm'lah .. i guess i'll just add vinegar into fresh milk then feed them .. they won't die at least they won't come back again my area.

    Cats around my area, are bigger than the rat cage, I mean fat'lah ... these cats all "ho mia".
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    Kokomo, don't waste ur milklah, one smell & u will never see it touch the milk.

    Someone never finish the chicken wing tip & throw away, so no waste lah better try to catch someting with it.

    U can buy the extra large rat cage not those normal size one, sure to catch one or two b4 they get smarter, bsure to wash it after each catch as they can smell the last cat u caught

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    Quote Originally Posted by chsum

    U can buy the extra large rat cage not those normal size one, sure to catch one or two b4 they get smarter, bsure to wash it after each catch as they can smell the last cat u caught

    my dua sen
    You can dress up the caged cat with some rainbow colour paint and then release it back to the alley. So if you notice a rainbow coloured cat ....you know where it comes from.
    It works wonders with wild monkeys that becomes a nuisance to guest in a holiday resort. After the release the whole gang disappear for a long time until the colour wear off.

    My 1 sen only...

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    cats like to go ur plce because is comfortable for them. so you can only drive it away from making it uncomfortable.

    cats are damn smart, when they sense that you dun like them, they will be more attracted to you.

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    I hate those blighters.

    When a cat comes into my garden and I happen to be near, I catch its eye and don't break eye contact or blink. I circle round it so that it's caught between me and my house. After several minutes of mutual staring (with me giving the silent body language of you'd-better-watch-out and the cat returning with its silent body language of I'm-waiting-for-your-move), I make a sudden movement and tear after it with all the howls I have at my command while blocking the obvious escape route. Watch them bang their way around the place until they find a way to scoot out. Great fun.

    They now stare at me outside my gate and think twice about stepping in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acymcsc
    So many suggestions. I think I'll try the viniger solution first. Did anyone ever thought of trapping the cat in a cage and then call SPCA to pick them up?

    will the grass die if you spray it on the grass??? Cats has been coming to my garden n poo at least twice a day...... Have tried putting vineger in a bowl, put vineger around the gate and surrounding, but they still come. Worst it like to climb on my car and scratch all the paint. I'm really pissed of with this already.

    Anyone have better suggestion? Thanks.

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