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 it. Please help !
Nope... Forget Spamming Those Useless Solar Repellents for Cats or for Seagulls, or Goldfish!
They are Useless at Night.. Besides the sun doesn't not work at night!
Why not use a More Natural, Organic Product huh?
- I suggest that you consider hanging a Dead Skunk by its tail, from your front door handle for a week and I think you'll find the Cat smell will disappear.
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