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Old 17-11-2004, 01:39 PM
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Any solutions regarding the cat would be appreciated.



Neatly parcel the shit and give it back to its owner.

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Old 17-11-2004, 07:54 PM
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Have you thought of having a dog?
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Pet wrote:
Any solutions regarding the cat would be appreciated.



Neatly parcel the shit and give it back to its owner.

pk




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Old 18-11-2004, 02:34 PM
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Any solutions regarding the cat would be appreciated.

Freds Weekly Diary. An excerpt.


How about investing in a mains powered ultrasonic cat/dog scarer, and
just leave it running. It'll keep the foxes at bay too.

Birds have similar hearing to humans, so they will be unaffected.

My spelling checker says that the word "scarer" doesn't exist and would
like me to put "scarcer" or "scarier" or even "scraper". Yes, get
yourself a cat scraper. The mind boggles.
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Old 18-11-2004, 05:43 PM
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Graham Orme wrote:
In message , Pet
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Any solutions regarding the cat would be appreciated.

Freds Weekly Diary. An excerpt.


How about investing in a mains powered ultrasonic cat/dog scarer,

and
just leave it running. It'll keep the foxes at bay too.

Birds have similar hearing to humans, so they will be unaffected.

My spelling checker says that the word "scarer" doesn't exist and
would like me to put "scarcer" or "scarier" or even "scraper". Yes,
get yourself a cat scraper. The mind boggles.


Here's a Cat scraper. I hope it's the right size:

http://www.1stoppostershop.com/produ...im_Scraper.asp

Mike.


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Here's a Cat scraper. I hope it's the right size:

http://www.1stoppostershop.com/produ...im_Scraper.asp

Mike.

That one is really meant for caterpillars. You'd probably need something
bigger for a cat. Might be worth a try though. :-)
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