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Old 15-03-2005, 11:35 AM
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We have a garden clear of cat crap :-)

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Old 15-03-2005, 12:32 PM
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Mike decided to add:

We have a garden clear of cat crap :-)

:-)))


Let me have your street address, I've got some you can have....
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Old 15-03-2005, 12:59 PM
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"bigjon" wrote in message
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Mike decided to add:

We have a garden clear of cat crap :-)

:-)))


Let me have your street address, I've got some you can have....


You don't have the electronic cat scarer I recently recommended then do you?
My next door neighbour remarked on how good it was and her friend is going
to get one :-)) (She would like one but they have a dog so it couldn't be
used)

Mike


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Old 15-03-2005, 01:50 PM
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Mike wrote:

You don't have the electronic cat scarer I recently recommended then
do you? My next door neighbour remarked on how good it was and her
friend is going to get one :-)) (She would like one but they have a
dog so it couldn't be used)


As cats are classed as 'wild' you are legally entitled to shoot them in your
own garden...
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Old 15-03-2005, 02:40 PM
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spray your garden with weedkiller in revenge.


no doubt your cats are already doing that for your neighbours


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Old 15-03-2005, 02:44 PM
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"huLLy" wrote in message
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Mike wrote:

You don't have the electronic cat scarer I recently recommended then
do you? My next door neighbour remarked on how good it was and her
friend is going to get one :-)) (She would like one but they have a
dog so it couldn't be used)


As cats are classed as 'wild' you are legally entitled to shoot them in

your
own garden...


Actually you are not allowed to shoot them at all. Besides which they might
belong to someone like me who would come round and put your windows in and
spray your garden with weedkiller in revenge.


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Mike wrote:

spray your garden with weedkiller in revenge.



no doubt your cats are already doing that for your neighbours


To get back to subject, where, what, how much this magic cat scarer please?

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Old 15-03-2005, 02:56 PM
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To get back to subject, where, what, how much this magic cat scarer

please?

Called the Cat and Dog Repelleer, it works off 2 x 9 volt batteries and is a
small and very portable unit and is easy to hide. It is made by STV
International Ltd 2002 at Little Cressingham in Norfolk

We paid 'about' 40.00 for it from our local Hardware/Ironmonger/Garden
store. The advantage of having rechargeable batteries is that it makes it
very easy to move around. Had it a month and recharged once.

:-))

Mike
in a crap free garden :-)))))

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w.g.s.hamm wrote:

Actually you are not allowed to shoot them at all. Besides which they
might belong to someone like me who would come round and put your
windows in and spray your garden with weedkiller in revenge.


A contractor that worked for me, a big Liverpudlian, get fed up with his
neighbours cat constantly doing its business in his garden that he shot it
right between the eyes.

Police were called but couldn'd do anything as cats are classed as 'feral'
and he was within his rights to take a pop at the creature on his land.

Three months later, he got a knock on the door, Christmas day. Opens door to
tearful woman wailing 'You killed my cat'..

A robust Liverpudlian answer sent her on her way!

PS, I have cats..
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Old 15-03-2005, 04:25 PM
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A robust Liverpudlian answer sent her on her way!

as much as I detest the loathsome vermin, A) I wouldn't hurt one and B) I
get on very well with all of my neighbours and wouldn't want to upset one in
such a way, but, the cats one side were a nuisance and I was talking with
her in the front garden yesterday, when neighbour the other side comes and
asks about the cat deterrent. If you are honest with people and talk with
them, you can live in harmony. The trouble comes when one starts ruling the
roost, a street 'net nanny'. Sooooon to be taken down a peg or two.

Mike


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Mike wrote:


To get back to subject, where, what, how much this magic cat scarer


please?

Called the Cat and Dog Repelleer, it works off 2 x 9 volt batteries and is a
small and very portable unit and is easy to hide. It is made by STV
International Ltd 2002 at Little Cressingham in Norfolk

We paid 'about' 40.00 for it from our local Hardware/Ironmonger/Garden
store. The advantage of having rechargeable batteries is that it makes it
very easy to move around. Had it a month and recharged once.

:-))

Mike
in a crap free garden :-)))))

Thanks Mike.

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Old 15-03-2005, 05:55 PM
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Thanks Mike.


My pleasure :-)

Local Elections and even possibly a General election. If anyone knows of a
Party Manifesto to eradicate cats, let me know. They have my vote :-))))

AND, if there is one to bring back National Service that get my vote as well
:-)))))

and a lot of other people's as well. What has National Service got to do
with Gardening?

;-) wait and see :-))


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Old 15-03-2005, 06:01 PM
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In article ,
"Mike" writes:
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| and a lot of other people's as well. What has National Service got to do
| with Gardening?

In both cases, they involve a lot of bullshit?


Regards,
Nick Maclaren.
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Old 15-03-2005, 06:07 PM
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In both cases, they involve a lot of bullshit?


I am afraid as far as the Army was concerned, that is certainly the case,
but for the Senior Service not so, and as far as the RAF not so, take a look
at www.nsrafa.com . Now if the was the bull excrement from there, would
that be such a successful and growing Association?

Mike
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