Creating Death traps for cats

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  1. Mr Men's Avatar

    Mr Men said:

    Law Creating Death traps for cats

    Right am pissed off with cats shitting and pissing in my garden, I,ve googled all the normal shit for cat deterrants and to be honest its no fucking good .

    I need to get tough! But what is legal

    I,m thinking at the moment to either buy a air rifle and shoot the things which is wrong and blatantly obvious its a neighbour or think outside the box and create a fall of doom : basically where next doors cats jump over just create dozens of sharp pointed sticks hoping to skewer them like Kit-E-Kat Kebabb.......Wrong I know


    whats legal and a tried and tested soulution?
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    Bucket of water over its head usually does the trick
     
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    Mr Men said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiE View Post
    Bucket of water over its head usually does the trick
    Trouble is I,m never there when it's in the garden shitting and smearing piss over my summer bedding, so can never catch the cunt in action
     
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    Pir activated water jet
     
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    Mr Men said:

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    What's the law on a homemade medieval spike contraption
     
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    Lion shit might work
     
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    blaggard said:

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    I don't give a fuck which section this is lets NOT turn this into a disgusting "how to kill cats" thread, it's not fucking on and it's happened way too much in the past!
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    Quote Originally Posted by saintashley View Post
    Lion shit might work
    Playing snoop doggy dogg, I like your style bud
     
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    a few members on here have lost cats in awful ways Mr Men...I am sure I have seen some ultrasonic devices that may work without harming them but I have no links at the mo but google should throw a few up m8.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by wakadoo View Post
    a few members on here have lost cats in awful ways Mr Men
    Df didnt strike me as a community of cat owners, lol, interesting. Id be keen to know who owns the most.

    Back on topic, what about getting a dog...
     
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    Back in the day when I was a Eurosites grunt putting up and taking down tents at the beginning and end of season the site reps use to trap feral cats on the camp site, skin em and cook them on the barbi for which they would sell tickets to the campers to eat. (obviously not telling em it was a moggy in between the bread). It was a good money earning as the pay was shit half of which they retained until the end of season.

    There was an unofficial paper guide for camp site couriers knocking about that describes both the trapping method and how to skin them. Not sure what its like now.

    Should add I was only there 6 weeks before the season and 6 weeks at the end of season and took no part in the reps activities...
     
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    Mr Men said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by blaggard View Post
    I don't give a fuck which section this is lets NOT turn this into a disgusting "how to kill cats" thread, it's not fucking on and it's happened way too much in the past!
    No disrespect ...... Close the thread and stop fucking moaning
     
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    Before it starts STOP IT, there are plenty of ways to persuade cats to be somewhere else, I notice that nobody starts trying to find ways of harming dogs when they tread in the dog shit left just about anywhere but the owners house and yet we have had some unbelievable threads about cats on this forum. For the record I am a cat owner, I also like dogs and in fact I feel the same about cruelty to ANY animals, if you approve of such cruelty then you are the lowest scum imaginable, end of rant, Lion Poo CAN be bought and apparently works.
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    I think the product is called Lion Roar.

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    I can verify that I played that vid and my cat left the room, that might have been because I pooed my pants however!
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    Most zoos will sell you a bag of lion shit, that will keep pretty much any animal away from your garden.
    Alternatively just work out where it's coming over and put a bit of wobbly trellis or something do the cat cant climb over. It's likely your neighbours, cause they often only skip one or two gardens to go for a dump.
    All the citronella crap in the stores doesn't work, will make them more curious and washes away in the first rain shower
     
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    You can prob get lions roar at most garden centres
     
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    We have 12 and my other half works in a vets a we knows first hand of the unnecessary pain and suffering caused by muppets like your self.

    Does my head in people's stupidity. Yesterday we were walking a 2 year old horse over a bridge across a motor way. So bellied thought it would be funny to scare him so beebed hi horn loads of time. It did scare him and a small girl got hurt. Not bad but it could have been so much worse. Fucking idiots.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Men View Post
    Right am pissed off with cats shitting and pissing in my garden, I,ve googled all the normal shit for cat deterrants and to be honest its no fucking good .

    I need to get tough! But what is legal

    I,m thinking at the moment to either buy a air rifle and shoot the things which is wrong and blatantly obvious its a neighbour or think outside the box and create a fall of doom : basically where next doors cats jump over just create dozens of sharp pointed sticks hoping to skewer them like Kit-E-Kat Kebabb.......Wrong I know


    whats legal and a tried and tested soulution?
    how about you just stop being a cunt ? Too obvious ? that's me out of ideas then...
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    spray cat nip on all gardens in your surrounding area covertly at night ?