In cold climates, the device will not function in wintertime because the water will freeze. Originally posted by Steven W.: It kept my own cats from pooping on the front lawn. I know there is a spray that you spray around your house where you don't want dogs to go. Also, this thing about water, I onced used a water hose to spray one of my dogs that would bark furiously at neighborhood cars pulling in after bedtime
Luckily there are a number of ways you can prevent your lawn from going to the dogs literally. This was the first canning attempt I was going to make. Posters not following the rules will be banned at the Admins' discretion. Walmart and our dollar store sell wood kabob skewers. Cat people need to give up on the cats and invest their time and love into something that gives you that back. Baking soda is a powerful odor neutralizer.
Keeping Cats Out of Gardens and Yards
Cat piss, dog piss even human piss has absolutely no negative effect on grass, trees or bushes. The black box in the picture contains a mains water solenoid from our old washing machine, and a PIR sensor from an old outdoor light - and yes, the PIR sensor switches mains voltage. I can certainly put some coffee grounds in there, but I am not just trying to neutralize an odor, but to make a healthy environment for new plants. Remember to turn the sprinklers off when you're going to be out on your lawn, or you'll get sprayed as well. But on the serious side, I thought there was a product out there that helped with pee spots from animals, but I'm not sure what it was I have come up with a system to keep the cats out in the future. I dunno about airsoft, but a pump action BB gun can be fired at low pressure to convince a cat to stay the fuck out.
Your best bet is to make your garden a less desirable place for cats to do their business. Simba also tries getting in her house and is persistent our friend has a cat. Secondly we for example clean our dog poop up. Keep up the good work!!. Duff Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: So, really, don't spend too much time considering that course of action.