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Online Brian

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Re: cat crap
« Reply #15 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.

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Re: cat crap
« Reply #16 on: 02.06. 2014 09:08 »
   *bright idea*   Follow the cat home & crap on their lawn..   *rant*
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Re: cat crap
« Reply #17 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....
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Re: cat crap
« Reply #18 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
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Re: cat crap
« Reply #19 on: 08.06. 2014 20:35 »
HI All,
I wonder if the advertising blurb is true???

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Re: cat crap
« Reply #20 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
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