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#1 jaebrand

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 12:48 PM

Hi all..'

I have a 4 month old female kitten who is only an indoor cat. Got an appointment to get her desexed in a couple weeks, although she wont be outside..

But for the last week, I have a male cat calling out with the most horrible of noises late at night and very early in the mornings.. How can I stop this cat from hanging around my yard?
I am constantly smelling cat urine around my front door and garden and it is really becoming annoying now.

Anyway to stop all this?
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#2 Mark's Princess

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 01:39 PM

QUOTE(jaebrand @ Aug 3 2012, 12:48 PM) View Post

Hi all..'

I have a 4 month old female kitten who is only an indoor cat. Got an appointment to get her desexed in a couple weeks, although she wont be outside..

But for the last week, I have a male cat calling out with the most horrible of noises late at night and very early in the mornings.. How can I stop this cat from hanging around my yard?
I am constantly smelling cat urine around my front door and garden and it is really becoming annoying now.

Anyway to stop all this?


I would say you're going to have to get your little lady "done" now - that would be the only way to get rid of Tomcat prowler.


#3 HelsBels

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 03:53 PM

Cats aren't meant to like citrus much, a lot of the 'get off' sprays you can buy to discourage pets who mess in the house or scratch etc are lemony so perhaps put lemon juice in a water pistol (water it down so it goes further) and spray it around the main places you can smell that he's been. As well as putting him off perhaps it might also help cover up your girls scent? It might not do anything but worth a try, at the very least it'll make you garden smell nicer laugh.gif
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Posted 05 August 2012 - 05:58 PM

Get your girl desexed earlier.

You can use Get Off My Garden granules or spray around the place, but desexing is probably going to solve the problem




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