Are the new solar Animal Repellents safe ?
We have an uninvited cat going poty under our stairs, near our front door. It really smells bad. We've tried clearing the area, baking soda, cayenne pepper etc. Are the new solar Animal Repellents safe and comfortable for all pets and animals in the area ? Or will it be uncomfortable for our pets ? I would like to know the answer to these questions before I use this product.
I will respectfully refer you to a related article in the net. Here:
Ultrasonic solar animal raccoon repellent to keep your property safe. Its URL is this:
http://animalrepellent.net/ultrasonic-s … /_1g3a1r3y
Click said article using its web address or URL and hoping it helps.
I am not aware of solar deterrents. I will have to look into that.
I have used with success CatStop - ultrasonic sound. I have used with success Cat Away - impregnated granules with fox/coyote urine - uses fear or territorial method. I wrote a hub about a cat eating my birds. It tells a little of these two with my cat experience:
The three cats that inhabit my front porch are my buds, but they did like to poop until I got the CatStop. Now, they don't. And they don't hop the fence into the back sanctuary for my birds. But, a feral cat did. The Cat Away did the job, but finally I had to put a barrier up on the feeder to do some behavior modification. Ran out of Cat Away for awhile.
by Twila Nelson 7 years ago
I am wondering if the new Solar Animal Repellents are safe to use in our yard. We have an uninvited cat who comes to do his duty under our stairs (near our front door - peeuuu). I want to make sure this Animal Repellent will not harm him or any other pets or animals before I use...
by akeezer 5 years ago
If you could have any animal as a pet and it was as safe to have what would you have?
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