Posted: 28/05/2015 at 20:20
Melody2, I got little pots (similar to small yoghut pots) and put about 3-4 old teabags in each, and poured in some Jeyes fluid, then filled up the pot just to below rim with water. It stinks. So far they have stayed away.
However one day I saw one of the pots knocked over, and so had to top up. Every so often you have to top up.
The Jeyes fluid stinks, best setting it up outside in ventilation. It was realively inexpensive for a small can of the stuff.
p.s. Like you I tried many things, nothing really works.
WonkyWomble, if they enjoy the thing's "company" that much, why is it half a mine away from them, torturing songbirds to death in, digging up and leaving biohazardous shit all over my garden?
Now do please go back through the thread and show me the place where someone advocated poisoning cats. Go on. Unless you count putting chopped onion on the flowerbeds to deter them as trying to poison them, I don't think I've seen anyone advocate poisoning cats.
Nailing them to their owners' front doors, sure, every three or four posts, but nobody's advocating poisoning them.
See above - Sunflower888 recommended putting out pots of Jeyes Fluid mixed with water. I asked people not to do this as although cats find it very attractive and like to drink it, it is highly toxic to them and will result in an agonising death.