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Title: cat crap
Post by: derek taylor on 31.05. 2014 19:28
can anyone tell me how to stop the local cats from crapping in my garden thanx
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: RichardL on 31.05. 2014 20:02
Post a "No Crapping" sign.
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: bsa-bill on 31.05. 2014 20:32
one of these
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: muskrat on 31.05. 2014 22:00
One of these also stop the postman, door to door salesmen and god botherers. The other alternative is to trap them, they make really nice slippers. http://messybeast.com/cat-fur.htm
Cheers
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: morris on 31.05. 2014 22:07
Roll out some chicken wire, connect your magneto to it, and if you see a cat on it, give it a couple of turns >:D
I bet in a week or so no cat will dare come on your lawn again.
If that don't help, be nice to Bill and maybe he will lend you his dog *dunno*
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: WozzA on 01.06. 2014 00:35
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If that don't help, be nice to Bill and maybe he will lend you his dog *dunno*
*wink2*   *lol* *lol* *lol* *good3*
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: Kickaha on 01.06. 2014 06:01
This is the best solution I have seen
http://youtu.be/uIbkLjjlMV8
Not that I could be arsed building one ;)
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: Clive54bsa on 01.06. 2014 06:15
Any one of these should take care of the problem
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: derek taylor on 01.06. 2014 08:48
the missus likes them all
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: muskrat on 01.06. 2014 09:06
Oh, and by the way. If that's your back yard your not spending enough time with your BSA.
Cheers
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: bsa-bill on 01.06. 2014 11:37
Forgot to add - not suitable for yards with anything of the small furry/ feathered kind -but  beasts that are big enough get a polite hello
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: chaterlea25 on 01.06. 2014 16:59
Hi All,
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Post a "No Crapping" sign.
I saw this on while on Holiday in France , !!! as you know dogs cant read French !! LOL

I have heard that if you go to a local Zoo or Wild life Park and ask the keepers for a piece of Lion or Tiger Crap
place this in your garden and it will keep the kittys at bay ??????

Cheers
John
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: bsa-bill on 01.06. 2014 17:46
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as you know dogs cant read French

and Beavers !!! 
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: morris on 01.06. 2014 22:45
I saw this on while on Holiday in France , !!! as you know dogs cant read French !! LOL

Sign looks more like a seal sitting on a squashed fly John, so even if dogs could read french (and believe me Bill, some of them do *smile*) they wouldn't be bothered less....
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: cyclobutch on 02.06. 2014 08:53
Lion faeces.
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: Brian on 02.06. 2014 09:06
How about one of these. Weve got plenty over here, I'm sure we could spare one. I'm pretty sure it would sort your cat problem out.
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: WozzA on 02.06. 2014 09:08
   *bright idea*   Follow the cat home & crap on their lawn..   *rant*
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: morris on 02.06. 2014 09:25
   *bright idea*   Follow the cat home & crap on their lawn..   *rant*
Haha...
Thanks a lot Wozza! Now people will be wondering why I got this stupid grin on my face all day....
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: Topdad on 02.06. 2014 13:44
I had a similar problem last saturday ,sun shinning for once ,taking a well earned break with a beer in hand , after working on the bike ( that for muskys benefit seeing how he's logging our time relaxing these days oh a moderators work is never done !!!  *smiley4* well probably not with us lot ) anyway sitting there contemplating my next ride out, beer going well ,a moggy appears over the back fence and by a devious route ends up 25 yds away behind a small bush obviously about to crap, I managed without aiming ( the force was with me or perhaps ***** ,i mean exhausted from my exertions on the bike ) any way said lovely ornamental stone which i'd just picked up  whistled out true as a dart and hit the bush dead behind the cat,all I can say is it cleared the back fence in one hop  stright into laylandee bushes, I nearly needed oxygen after seiing its efforts to get through 'em ,oh and  no stone was hurt during this interlude , clive can i borrow one of your coolection just incase , regards Bob
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: chaterlea25 on 08.06. 2014 20:35
HI All,
I wonder if the advertising blurb is true???

John
Title: Re: cat crap
Post by: muskrat on 08.06. 2014 21:10
Lots of ways to stop the moggies.
This one is for members with a well running bike, eg looking for things to do in the shed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIbkLjjlMV8
or this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goZ2DqMnaGc
Cheers