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How can we keep the cat from leaving dead animals in front of our door??


One of our cats regularly kills and leaves small animals on our front or back steps-- any tips for getting him to leave the carcasses somewhere else?

 

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Caren White (OldRoses) says

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    Ciel Clark 4 years ago

    I really don't want to keep our cats inside-- I do have friends who prefer this, but I feel lit's a sad life for cats in the country.. I agree about the birds-- but it's true I don't want mice around the house... Hmmm

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    Ciel Clark 4 years ago

    Yes, I can tell he is proud and seems confused when I throw the bodies away! The worst one was going into the garage with bare feet and skidding on a partially eaten creature... (He is neutered).

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    Ciel Clark 4 years ago

    A couple of weeks ago we had a package delivery and when I opened the door I saw the guy had had to lean over to reach the bell because there were so many body parts on our doormat. Yikes! He didn't mention it, but it did look quite disturbing!

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    Ciel Clark 4 years ago

    We definitely don't have a problem with rodents around here! But wish he would leave the birds and bats alone. (Our other cat can't even catch bugs :)