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  Reply # 745577 16-Jan-2013 11:13
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SaltyNZ: You may also find this video instructional, or at least therapeutic.


+1 - brilliant video... love that Blackie McLaser Eyes

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  Reply # 745578 16-Jan-2013 11:14
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SaltyNZ:
kiwitrc: Just deal with them in the same way you would deal with expected cats, but try not to act surprised.


Ladies and gents, we have a thread winner!


Wait, what?

Ladies come to geekzone???!!????




 


The force is strong with this one!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 745580 16-Jan-2013 11:14
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rossmnz:
SaltyNZ:
kiwitrc: Just deal with them in the same way you would deal with expected cats, but try not to act surprised.


Ladies and gents, we have a thread winner!


Wait, what?

Ladies come to geekzone???!!????


Not since you joined.

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  Reply # 745660 16-Jan-2013 12:43
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SaltyNZ: You may also find this video instructional, or at least therapeutic.


This is the funniest video I have seen in ages!

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  Reply # 745684 16-Jan-2013 13:32
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I had issues with cats digging and "depositing" in my raised vege garden. Tried the water tricks, cap guns, the works. All that happened is they got more clued up and would run at sight of me.

Ended up putting up bird netting over the garden, that stopped them for a bit, then they started pushing under it so i stapled it down, which made the garden hard work to get to to weed and such.

This year, i got myself a battery powered electric fence unit (the PEL version of this http://www.gallagher.co.nz/energizer.aspx?mktprodid=3035) and ran an electric fence around the freshly planted garden, and voila! no more cats in the garden.


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  Reply # 745711 16-Jan-2013 14:28
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kiwitrc:
rossmnz:
SaltyNZ:
kiwitrc: Just deal with them in the same way you would deal with expected cats, but try not to act surprised.


Ladies and gents, we have a thread winner!


Wait, what?

Ladies come to geekzone???!!????


Not since you joined.


Touche.




 


The force is strong with this one!

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  Reply # 745723 16-Jan-2013 15:04
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Klipspringer: Get a dog.

We have two dogs (dachshunds). They great at keeping the cats out of our yard.



what type of dachshunds do you have? we have a standard short hair 

as for the cats, hose them away when you see them on your section

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  Reply # 745732 16-Jan-2013 15:14
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SPCA!





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  Reply # 745769 16-Jan-2013 15:55
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mrphil:
Klipspringer: Get a dog.

We have two dogs (dachshunds). They great at keeping the cats out of our yard.



what type of dachshunds do you have? we have a standard short hair 

as for the cats, hose them away when you see them on your section


one miniature black with short hair
and one large brown short hair one! :-)

Best dogs ever

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  Reply # 745786 16-Jan-2013 16:20
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Air rifle or .22





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  Reply # 745787 16-Jan-2013 16:20
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Klipspringer:
mrphil:
Klipspringer: Get a dog.

We have two dogs (dachshunds). They great at keeping the cats out of our yard.



what type of dachshunds do you have? we have a standard short hair 

as for the cats, hose them away when you see them on your section


one miniature black with short hair
and one large brown short hair one! :-)

Best dogs ever

agree!

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  Reply # 745802 16-Jan-2013 16:39
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dickytim:
SaltyNZ: You may also find this video instructional, or at least therapeutic.


This is the funniest video I have seen in ages!


+1. Hilarious

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  Reply # 745807 16-Jan-2013 16:44
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Zeon: Air rifle or .22


Frown

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  Reply # 745808 16-Jan-2013 16:47
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Zeon: Air rifle or .22


Frown


Or this

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  Reply # 745880 16-Jan-2013 19:14
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Zeon: Air rifle or .22


Frown


Sorry I have to agree with Zeon.

Shoot at them with an air rifle (miss or dont miss - your choice) then report yourself to the RSPCA for cat cruelty, they will have one of thier nice people come around, see you are mistreating the animals and take them off you as an unfit owner - problem solved.

We have chickens - they get rid of cats as well.







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