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  # 697207 6-Oct-2012 18:21
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How about a BB gun. Gives you target practice as well! :P






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  # 697208 6-Oct-2012 18:23
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sonyxperiageek: How about a BB gun. Gives you target practice as well! :P
no way. Dont want them harmed and problem has been resolved using a scarecrow sprinkler.




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  # 697302 6-Oct-2012 23:10
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sonyxperiageek: How about a BB gun. Gives you target practice as well! :P

Check the web for the serious inhumane harm and suffering this causes to animals or see links posted earlier in the discussion. It is not funny or fun. If you think it is harmless or has no potential for suffering you are dead wrong.

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I had a problem with a cat leaving a parcel on our doorstep once or twice a week.

I used simple cracked black pepper. Cats hate it. It gets onto their paws and makes them sneeze like crazy.

It shouldn't come back to areas that are dosed regularly and will form a habit to stay away.

Also - I tried the Cayenne pepper in a sausage trick. It ate the whole bloody sausage yet still came back.
Poor cat though must have suffered as there was lots of cayenne in it!

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  # 697965 8-Oct-2012 15:55
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pcheroes: I had a problem with a cat leaving a parcel on our doorstep once or twice a week.

I used simple cracked black pepper. Cats hate it. It gets onto their paws and makes them sneeze like crazy.

It shouldn't come back to areas that are dosed regularly and will form a habit to stay away.

Also - I tried the Cayenne pepper in a sausage trick. It ate the whole bloody sausage yet still came back.
Poor cat though must have suffered as there was lots of cayenne in it!


Yeah that cat was most likely the Mexican Red Tabby, those things love Cayenne.

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  # 697969 8-Oct-2012 16:01
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Lol. You learn something new everyday.

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  # 697980 8-Oct-2012 16:19
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kiwitrc:

Yeah that cat was most likely the Mexican Red Tabby, those things love Cayenne.


Unless it was the lesser known Kiwi Red-Arsed Moggy. Can usually be identified as they are trying to sit on icecubes.

 
 
 
 


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  # 697986 8-Oct-2012 16:25
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LMAO

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  # 698000 8-Oct-2012 16:48
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There is a cat who lives next door to me.... http://www.easytek.co.nz/scarecrow.asp...





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  # 698003 8-Oct-2012 16:50
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That's actually pretty cool.

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  # 699528 11-Oct-2012 10:15
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I came across this DIY version done by a guy in Wellington:

http://vehiclesecurity.co.nz/blog/the-kitten-blaster

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  # 699553 11-Oct-2012 10:38
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LOL - cats do hate water - and its pretty harmless.

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  # 699616 11-Oct-2012 12:14
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Anyone know if there is an easy way to couple a garden sprinkler with a motion sensor of some kind?

If so that would work 100% Cool


EDIT: Beaten to it lol. That'll teach me for not reading the whole thread... Embarassed

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  # 699618 11-Oct-2012 12:18
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Quite a simple circuit really.

Check out the link from KevinL as it explains it there well.

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  # 699619 11-Oct-2012 12:18
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LOL . snap.

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