Natural Cat Litter to Get Rid of Moles and Voles

Several years ago I had a mole/vole problem in my decorative plant garden and lawn. I use a pine, walnut shell, or other natural cat litter for my cats. These products often have instructions right on the bag to use them once used on inedible plant beds as mulch. So I poured the used litter from my several cat boxes into the mole/vole holes and voila! The little critters disappeared! It's been a long time and they haven't returned, but if they do, I'll surely put the kitty litter in the holes again. Any odor from the used litter disappears, especially after a rain.


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April 29, 20180 found this helpful

Used cat litter works great. I have 10 acres and whenever a mole hole appears I just take the used cat litter and sprinkle on top of the hole. The moles move on.

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January 25, 20210 found this helpful

I love the person's idea about using used kitty litter to get rid of the moles-I will put the word out in my neighborhood...since when you get rid of moles &/or fire ants, they just move to the neighbors yard...last year I read that you use juicy fruit gum broken in pieces in their worked for me and wasn't hurting any other animals....

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