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How do you keep neighborhood cats out of your yard?

By Gary Bogue
Thursday, November 1st, 2007 at 6:21 am in Cats.

Do you have a humane way of keeping neighborhood cats from defecating/urinating in your yard and garden? Please share this valuable information so I can pass it along to others. Thanks. /Gary

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  1. Anne Colao Says:

    If your yard is already fenced in with a wooden fence then Cat Fence In might do the trick. Not only does it keep your cats in your yard, but it keeps other animals out of your yard. http://www.catfencein.com

  2. Jennifer Francis Says:

    Gary, Yes, I do — In lieu of Tiger urine, my husband used to urinate in key kitty travel spots when the neighbors weren’t looking, or would pour it around the lawn, etc. Urine of a superior animal/person helps because the cats are leery of intruding into a higher-level animal/human’s territorial markings.

    Thanks for saving the Beavers!!! If it wasn’t for you, I swear, it wouldn’t have happened. I need to write you of a very urgent matter and will address it to your mail box. I need help urgently.

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