The Top 9 Indoor and Outdoor Commercial Cat Repellents: Catstop Automatic Outdoor Cat Repellent
Also included is an example of the commercial products more narrowly associated with the label "cat repellents" (namely, products that come in a can and are sprinkled on the ground to keep cats away).
We'll No Longer Be the Short-Cut We've had a cat in the yard problem for about two years. Urinating and worse in our children's play area, which is sand covered. In addition, knocking over potted plants and destroying flowers by rolling on them. We tried everything - including commercial repellent from pet stores. You guessed it - nothing worked - until our first container of shake away. Within two days of using 90 % of the problem stopped. We're just finishing our second week & feel confident the rest (running through our yard like a bat out ------to get home) will stop & we'll no longer be the short-cut. Keep it coming... Fred Hummel - Albuquerque, NM
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The best commercial cat repellents are humane and convenient
You can get a few commercial from pet stores. Thesehave a strong smell that cats dislike (such as bitter lemon, apple orthe smell of fox or coyote urine, which are much feared cat predators).These will keep the cat away from your toxic plants. Cat repellents canbe bought as sprays or powders that you can periodically spread aroundthe garden. Buy some organic products, as these will not harm yourcultures and the pets or children.Get some commercial cat repellents; these disperse a smell that catsdislike. The smell may be either something bitter (i.e. bitter apple)or mimicking the smell of the urine of feline predators such as coyotesor foxes.Please note that there are a number of popular cat repellents thatmay be toxic or cause allergies or indigestion. These repellentsinclude commercial fertilizers, moth balls or ammonia. Read the labelsof the products you buy and make sure these are safe for pets.There are also commercial scent cat repellents. Those that use chemicals should be kept away from any food crops but the essential oil based granule varieties act in the same way as orange and lemon peel mentioned above. Another way to keep a cat out if the garden is a repellent evaporator which consists of a container holding puffed rice which has been impregnated with essential oils. These are effective for three to four weeks and can then be refilled for a further period. Another natural product which many people claim really keeps a cat out of the garden is lion's dung. You may need to visit your local zoo to obtain this although some stores do stock zoo poo.