By Jerry from Greenwood, DE
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By Anonymous 11/21/2009
No moth balls either! They are highly toxic to all animals, humans of any age and the environment (especially if anything edible grows in the yard). They are meant to be used 'only in a closed storage area' for clothing'! They can also cause respiratory problems!
Anything citrus will help greatly to repel the cats but needs to be refreshed after a short time or after rain or snow. Over time the cats simply won't bother entering the yard anymore so placing or spraying the citrus won't need to be done forever ;-)
By Dena Roberts 11/20/2009
NO hot pepper sauce! It burns their eyes so badly that they will actually scratch their eyes out to get rid of the pain. They don't like the smell of citrus.. So save your citrus peels, chop them up and scatter them around, or spray something citrus on your fence, if you have one.
By kathleen williams 11/19/2009
Put moth balls all round the yard or spray it with water & pine oil or sprinkle hot pepper sauce all round it, good luck.
By Myrna 11/19/2009
This link supplies helpful ideas to discourage cats from urinating in yard.
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