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How well does predator urine granules work? I just bought some Coyote
urine to keep the raccoons away and some fox urine to keep the groundhogs
away, have I wasted my money?. Last year I tried Critter Ridder which was
useless. I also dumped the contents of my cat's litter box down the
groundhog holes on the theory that cats are predators and if I were a
groundhog I wouldn't bet the farm that the cat urine didn't come from a
bobcat, but apparently groundhogs aren't that analytical. I also urinated
down the holes myself on the theory that I'm the biggest angriest
predator in the neighborhood, as you've guessed that wasn't particularly
helpful either.

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General Schvantzkoph wrote:

How well does predator urine granules work? I just bought some Coyote
urine to keep the raccoons away and some fox urine to keep the groundhogs
away, have I wasted my money?. Last year I tried Critter Ridder which was
useless. I also dumped the contents of my cat's litter box down the
groundhog holes on the theory that cats are predators and if I were a
groundhog I wouldn't bet the farm that the cat urine didn't come from a
bobcat, but apparently groundhogs aren't that analytical. I also urinated
down the holes myself on the theory that I'm the biggest angriest
predator in the neighborhood, as you've guessed that wasn't particularly
helpful either.


I bought some a few years back hoping to keep the next doors pit bulls
away. But they loved it . Placed it along the fence and they rolled in
it in bliss.

Bill

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On Sun, 03 May 2009 13:42:24 -0400, Bill wrote:

In article ,
General Schvantzkoph wrote:

How well does predator urine granules work? I just bought some Coyote
urine to keep the raccoons away and some fox urine to keep the
groundhogs away, have I wasted my money?. Last year I tried Critter
Ridder which was useless. I also dumped the contents of my cat's litter
box down the groundhog holes on the theory that cats are predators and
if I were a groundhog I wouldn't bet the farm that the cat urine didn't
come from a bobcat, but apparently groundhogs aren't that analytical. I
also urinated down the holes myself on the theory that I'm the biggest
angriest predator in the neighborhood, as you've guessed that wasn't
particularly helpful either.


I bought some a few years back hoping to keep the next doors pit bulls
away. But they loved it . Placed it along the fence and they rolled in
it in bliss.

Bill


Pit bulls are dogs, they probably thought the coyote was just leaving
them a greeting card.
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On May 3, 1:28*pm, General Schvantzkoph
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How well does predator urine granules work? I just bought some Coyote
urine to keep the raccoons away and some fox urine to keep the groundhogs
away, have I wasted my money?. Last year I tried Critter Ridder which was
useless. I also dumped the contents of my cat's litter box down the
groundhog holes on the theory that cats are predators and if I were a
groundhog I wouldn't bet the farm that the cat urine didn't come from a
bobcat, but apparently groundhogs aren't that analytical. I also urinated
down the holes myself on the theory that I'm the biggest angriest
predator in the neighborhood, as you've guessed that wasn't particularly
helpful either.


I'd say waste of money.


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