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  1. #1
    DVICTOR1
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help




    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">12.0pt;font-family:Verdana;color:windowtext;">We have a neighbor’s
    male cat spraying our flower beds. With it getting warm outside, the
    smell is getting really bad and it hits guest when they walk up the sidewalk
    and at the front door. I googled and found some suggestions…:
    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">12.0pt;font-family:Verdana;color:windowtext;">
    “Citronella works best for cats as well as
    citrus scents such as orange or lemon (primarily towards cats), cayenne pepper,
    coffee grounds, pipe tobacco, lavender oil, lemon grass oil, citronella oil,
    peppermint oil, eucalyptus oil, and mustard oil”

    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">Has anyone had any luck with
    anything specific? When they say coffee grounds, would this be used from
    the coffee maker or new from the can? I don’t know how I would put
    oil in the weeds, just spray it on or pour it over the area?
    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">
    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">Our flower bed is a large
    overgrown weed pit that I have not had time to get to. I don’t know
    the first thing about flowers so I am not sure what all the other suggestions
    are, but if it works, I can find it and learn how to plant it. It is
    really embarrassing to have people come up and hold their noses until we can

    let them in.
    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">
    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">Thank you for your help.
    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">
    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">Melissa<font face="Verdana"><span style="font-family:Verdana;"> in OK <font color="black" face="Verdana"><span style="font-family:Verdana;color:windowtext;">




  2. #2
    imfifth@aol.com
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help


    You can try the citronella and citrus they work depending on the particular

    cats sensitivity. You can also get dried predator urine (like fox or coyote) and

    use that, you can't smell it when you put it out but they can.



    -----Original Message-----

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    Sent: Fri, 9 Mar 2007 9:42 PM

    Subject: Budget101.com : Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area..

    please help



    We have a neighbor’s male cat spraying our flower beds. With it

    getting warm outside, the smell is getting really bad and it hits guest when

    they walk up the sidewalk and at the front door. I googled and found some

    suggestions…:






  3. #3
    Marian Fonseca
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help


    Melissa, I have had that same problem. Caused alot of trouble with our neighbors. I went to Petco and they have a spay for the outdoors. The only problem is you have to spay it everyday around your yard to keep the cat out. I can't remember the name of it but if you ask them they will help. Also, I hadtwo empty spray bottles. One had ammonia and the other had colored dye. ( the cat was white). Every time the cat came in myyard, I sprayed him with the ammonia. When he came back the again, I spayed him with the dye. It all washed out of the cat but the owners had to keep washing him because he smelled and kept getting the wet dye on their stuff. Now before anyone says anything, I do have two female cats (they are fixed), 1 male dog and two fancy rats. I love animals but owners need to be responsible for their animals. Also, try bleach to help get the smell gone from your front door
    etc. Marian

    DVICTOR1 <dvictor1@cox.net> wrote: <DIV class="Section1"> <DIV class="MsoNormal"><FONT face="Verdana" color="black" size="3"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;COLOR: windowtext;FONT-FAMILY: Verdana;">We have a neighbor’s male cat spraying our flower beds. With it getting warm outside, the smell is
    getting really bad and it hits guest when they walk up the sidewalk and at the front door. I googled and found some suggestions…: <DIV class="MsoNormal"><FONT face="Verdana" color="black" size="3"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;COLOR: windowtext;FONT-FAMILY: Verdana;"> <DIV class="MsoNormal"><FONT face="sans serif" color="black" size="3">“Citronella works best for cats as well as citrus scents such as orange or lemon (primarily towards cats), cayenne pepper, coffee grounds, pipe tobacco, lavender oil, lemon grass oil, citronella oil, peppermint oil, eucalyptus oil, and mustard oil” <DIV class="MsoNormal"><FONT face="sans serif" color="black" size="3"> <DIV class="MsoNormal"><FONT face="Verdana" color="black" size="3"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;FONT-FAMILY: Verdana;">Has anyone had any luck with anything specific? When
    they say coffee grounds, would this be used from the coffee maker or new from the can? I don’t know how I would put oil in the weeds, just spray it on or pour it over the area? <DIV class="MsoNormal"><FONT face="Verdana" color="black" size="3"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;FONT-FAMILY: Verdana;"> <DIV class="MsoNormal"><FONT face="Verdana" color="black" size="3"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;FONT-FAMILY: Verdana;">Our flower bed is a large overgrown weed pit that I have not had time to get to. I don’t know the first thing about flowers so I am not sure what all the other suggestions are, but if it works, I can find it and learn how to plant it. It is really embarrassing to have people come up and hold their noses until we can let them in. <DIV class="MsoNormal"><FONT face="Verdana" color="black" size="3"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;FONT-FAMILY: Verdana;"> <DIV class="MsoNormal"><FONT face="Verdana" color="black" size="3"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;FONT-FAMILY: Verdana;">Thank you for your help. <DIV class="MsoNormal"><FONT face="Verdana" color="black" size="3"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;FONT-FAMILY: Verdana;"> <DIV class="MsoNormal"><ST1><FONT face="Verdana" color="black" size="3"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;FONT-FAMILY: Verdana;">Melissa</ST1><FONT face="Verdana"><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: Verdana;"> in OK <FONT face="Verdana" color="black"> windowtext;FONT-FAMILY: Verdana;">


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  4. #4
    Dale and Debby Sanford
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help



    <FONT face="Amphion" size="4">When I was the Activity Director at a nursing home that had pets, we used to use the cayenne pepper to keep the cats out of the indoor plants. We just sprinkled it on...probably every couple of weeks. It did work. Not sure how that would work outside, but would be worth a try! Good luck!!
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  5. #5
    Julie Strong
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help





    I have had luck with mothballs, but do not
    put them out if you have pets or young children that might eat them.



    Julie in Ontario






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    neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help










    We have
    a neighbor’s male cat spraying our flower beds. With it getting
    warm outside, the smell is getting really bad and it hits guest when they walk
    up the sidewalk and at the front door. I googled and found some
    suggestions…:











  6. #6
    SUSAN
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help


    i used to demonstrate a product at sams club called odo-ban. this stuff is strong enug to get rid of skunk odor.

    <FONT face="comic sans ms" color="#a94a76" size="3">banditsmom<FONT color="#a040ff">1124 aka susan


  7. #7
    Karen
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help


    Try filling empty plastic gallon milk or water jugs with water and sit

    several where you don't want the cats. Not sure why it works but it

    does. Often times once you break the cats habit you can remove the

    bottles - if they come back try hiding the bottles behind plants. I've

    seen people put them every 3 feet around the front yard! I've only

    tried in side yard and it worked. Karen








  8. #8
    MJA
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help



    <font size="3" face="Arial">12.0pt;font-family:Arial;">I live on the edge of a national forest and we have a huge
    problem with mountain lions and coyotes, so we don’t have a problem with
    cats running around, all cats and small pets HAVE to be indoors if you want
    them to live. What I’ve found with my cat is that just plain water in a
    squirt gun does the trick, they hate getting wet (well most cats) and it
    surprises them.
    <font size="3" face="Arial">12.0pt;font-family:Arial;">

    Marie


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    neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help



    Melissa,


    I have had that same problem. Caused alot of
    trouble with our neighbors. I went to Petco and they have a spay for the
    outdoors. The only problem is you have to spay it everyday around your yard to
    keep the cat out. I can't remember the name of it but if you ask them they will
    help.


    Also, I hadtwo empty spray bottles. One
    had ammonia and the other had colored dye. ( the cat was white). Every
    time the cat came in myyard, I sprayed him with the ammonia. When he came
    back the again, I spayed him with the dye. It all washed out of the cat but the
    owners had to keep washing him because he smelled and kept getting the wet dye
    on their stuff.


    Now before anyone says anything, I do have two
    female cats (they are fixed), 1 male dog and two fancy rats. I love animals but
    owners need to be responsible for their animals.


    Also, try bleach to help get the smell gone from your
    front door etc.





    Marian



    <span style="font-weight:bold;font-style:italic;">DVICTOR1
    <dvictor1@cox.net>
    wrote:

    <blockquote style="border-left:solid #1010FF 1.5pt;">





    We have a neighbor’s male
    cat spraying our flower beds. With it getting warm outside, the smell is
    getting really bad and it hits guest when they walk up the sidewalk and at the
    front door. I googled and found some suggestions…:


    “Citronella works best for cats as well as citrus
    scents such as orange or lemon (primarily towards cats), cayenne pepper, coffee
    grounds, pipe tobacco, lavender oil, lemon grass oil, citronella oil,
    peppermint oil, eucalyptus oil, and mustard oil”


    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">12.0pt;font-family:Verdana;color:black;">Has
    anyone had any luck with anything specific? When they say coffee grounds,
    would this be used from the coffee maker or new from the can? I
    don’t know how I would put oil in the weeds, just spray it on or pour it
    over the area?


    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">12.0pt;font-family:Verdana;color:black;">Our
    flower bed is a large overgrown weed pit that I have not had time to get
    to. I don’t know the first thing about flowers so I am not sure
    what all the other suggestions are, but if it works, I can find it and learn
    how to plant it. It is really embarrassing to have people come up and hold
    their noses until we can let them in.


    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">12.0pt;font-family:Verdana;color:black;">Thank
    you for your help.

    <ST1>
    <font size="3" color="black" face="Verdana">12.0pt;font-family:Verdana;color:black;">Melissa<font face="Verdana"><span style="font-family:Verdana;"></ST1> in OK




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  9. #9
    Vickie
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help


    Odo-ban is great stuff & it is less than $3 at Walmart.

    SUSAN <banditsmom1124@sbcglobal.net> wrote: i used to demonstrate a product at sams club called odo-ban. this stuff is strong enug to get rid of skunk odor.

    <FONT face="comic sans ms" color="#a94a76" size="3">banditsmom<FONT color="#a040ff">1124 aka susan


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  10. #10
    herberkids3
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help


    For coffee grounds, it can be either straight from the can, or the

    used ones. Spread them around a perimeter that you want to keep cat

    free.



    In the mean time, talk with the neighbor, make them aware of the

    problem, and ask that they contain the cat or get it fixed to avoid

    this problem. As a pet owner, they have a responsiblity to keep

    thier pets contained and out of other people's yards.



    You can also use amonia, but I don't know how well that might work

    with plants, grass, etc. Amonia sprayed on a garbage bag will also

    help keep animals out of it.





    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "DVICTOR1" <dvictor1@...> wrote:

    >

    >

    >

    > We have a neighbor's male cat spraying our flower beds. With it

    getting

    > warm outside, the smell is getting really bad and it hits guest

    when they

    > walk up the sidewalk and at the front door. I googled and found

    some

    > suggestions.:

    >

    >

    >

    > "Citronella works best for cats as well as citrus scents such as

    orange or

    > lemon (primarily towards cats), cayenne pepper, coffee grounds,

    pipe

    > tobacco, lavender oil, lemon grass oil, citronella oil, peppermint

    oil,

    > eucalyptus oil, and mustard oil"

    >

    >

    >

    > Has anyone had any luck with anything specific? When they say

    coffee

    > grounds, would this be used from the coffee maker or new from the

    can? I

    > don't know how I would put oil in the weeds, just spray it on or

    pour it

    > over the area?

    >

    >

    >

    > Our flower bed is a large overgrown weed pit that I have not had

    time to get

    > to. I don't know the first thing about flowers so I am not sure

    what all

    > the other suggestions are, but if it works, I can find it and

    learn how to

    > plant it. It is really embarrassing to have people come up and

    hold their

    > noses until we can let them in.

    >

    >

    >

    > Thank you for your help.

    >

    >

    >

    > Melissa in OK

    >










  11. #11
    lisa griffeth
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help


    I work for a Veterinarian and answer this question easily 20 times daily: Neutering the cat won't stop the spraying- oncea cat has "learned" to spray, it's a hard habit to break... I do agree with keeping catsinside if at all possible- both to keep from annoying neighbors and for the health and longivity of the cat's life...inside cats tend to live much longer than their outside counterparts. JMHO Lisa G.

    In the mean time, talk with the neighbor, make them aware of the
    problem, and ask that they contain the cat or get it fixed to avoid
    this problem.



    >
    >
    >




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  12. #12
    Herlean
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    Default Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help


    Since you work for a vet, maybe you can help me out: Does anybody adopt 16 year old dogs??????????? Really! We have one and a new baby. Since one of them has to go and the baby is staying, I have been calling shelters, agencies that say they adopt "senior" dogs, etc. and I have not found anybody who will adopt this dog. Our only other option seems to be putting her down. My husband is afraid if we take her to a shelter, in 3 days, she will be put down anyway. I called a few of the "no-kill" shelters and they refused to take her in. I have considered giving her away on Freecycle, but I want to know that they will actually take care of her, not lie and then do something to her. The first option is to find a new home for her. Some people told us to contact the vets office and see what is available there. I am calling
    tomorrow. Any suggestions???????? If nothing comes to fruition, it seems her days are numbered. She would do well on a farm or someplace with a lot of room to run around. She is a beagle. A solution needs to be found one way or the other and the sooner, the better. Thanks! Herlean

    lisa griffeth <apiamama@yahoo.com> wrote: I work for a Veterinarian and answer this question easily 20 times daily: Neutering the cat won't stop the spraying- oncea cat has "learned" to spray, it's a hard habit to break... I do agree with keeping catsinside if at all possible- both to keep from annoying neighbors and for the health and longivity of the cat's life...inside
    cats tend to live much longer than their outside counterparts. JMHO Lisa G.

    In the mean time, talk with the neighbor, make them aware of the
    problem, and ask that they contain the cat or get it fixed to avoid
    this problem.






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    TheGoatsMeow
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    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">You're dumping a 16 year old member of your family because of a new baby? I'm sorry, I don't mean to be rude, but that's horrible. The stress of your dog leaving you and then adjusting to a new family is going to difficult for the dog.. that in itself could kill the dog.
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">Why do so many people think animals are disposable once a baby comes?The dog provided you with unconditional love and companionship and you 'reward' the dog for his loyalty by getting rid of her/him?
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">You haven't mentioned that he/she has been aggressive and tried to attack the baby. You haven't mentioned anything negatiave except for you have a new baby and prefer the new baby to the dog.Do you just not have time for her now and want to get rid of her becuase she's an inconvenience?
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">Pets are a lifetime commitment. Why do so few people see that?
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">Shannan
    ----- Original Message ----- <DIV style="BACKGROUND: #e4e4e4;">From: Herlean
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Sunday, March 11, 2007 11:26 PM
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Re: Male neighbor cat spraying our front door area.. please help/Senior Dog
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2"><FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">

    Since you work for a vet, maybe you can help me out:
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    Does anybody adopt 16 year old dogs??????????? Really! We have one and a new baby. Since one of them has to go and the baby is staying, I have been calling shelters, agencies that say they adopt "senior" dogs, etc. and I have not found anybody who will adopt this dog. Our only other option seems to be putting her down.
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    My husband is afraid if we take her to a shelter, in 3 days, she will be put down anyway. I called a few of the "no-kill" shelters and they refused to take her in.
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    I have considered giving her away on Freecycle, but I want to know that they will actually take care of her, not lie and then do something to her. The first option is to find a new home for her. Some people told us to contact the vets office and see what is available there. I am calling tomorrow.
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    Any suggestions????????
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    If nothing comes to fruition, it seems her days are numbered. She would do well on a farm or someplace with a lot of room to run around. She is a beagle. A solution needs to be found one way or the other and the sooner, the better.
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    Thanks!
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    Herlean

    lisa griffeth <apiamama@yahoo.com> wrote:

    I work for a Veterinarian and answer this question easily 20 times daily: Neutering the cat won't stop the spraying- oncea cat has "learned" to spray, it's a hard habit to break...
    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="2">
    I do agree with keeping catsinside if at all possible- both to keep from annoying neighbors and for the health and longivity of the cat's life...inside cats tend to live much longer than their outside counterparts.
    JMHO
    Lisa G.



    In the mean time, talk with the neighbor, make them aware of the
    problem, and ask that they contain the cat or get it fixed to avoid
    this problem.


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    Ray and Jen
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    <font size="4" color="navy" face="Tahoma">
    14.0pt;font-family:Tahoma;color:navy;">Moth balls are a good suggestion. I
    have used them in the past to keep cats out of my flower beds and from using
    them as their outdoor litter boxes.
    <font size="4" color="navy" face="Tahoma">
    14.0pt;font-family:Tahoma;color:navy;">My other suggestion would be to use a mixture
    of vinegar and water to spray the area with, every couple of days. Cats don’t
    like vinegar and if you keep it in a spray bottle it would be easy to apply.
    Vinegar is a good odor neutralizer. It could possible keep the cat away from
    the front door area also. And it wouldn’t harm animals or children.
    <font size="4" color="navy" face="Tahoma">
    14.0pt;font-family:Tahoma;color:navy;">
    <font size="4" color="navy" face="Tahoma">
    14.0pt;font-family:Tahoma;color:navy;">Good luck
    <font size="4" color="navy" face="Tahoma">
    14.0pt;font-family:Tahoma;color:navy;">Jennifer<font color="navy" face="Tahoma"><span style="font-family:Tahoma;color:navy;"> KY
    <font size="4" color="navy" face="Tahoma">
    14.0pt;font-family:Tahoma;color:navy;">
    <font size="4" color="navy" face="Comic Sans MS">13.5pt;font-family:"Comic Sans MS";color:navy;">God is GOOD!!

    <font size="4" color="navy" face="Bauer Bodoni Bold BT">14.0pt;color:navy;"><font size="2" face="Georgia">10.0pt;font-family:Georgia;">We have a
    neighbor's male cat spraying our flower beds. With it getting

    warm outside, the smell is getting really bad and it hits guest when they

    walk up the sidewalk and at the front door.
    <font size="4" face="Bauer Bodoni Bold BT">14.0pt;">




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    Dale and Debby Sanford
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    Does anybody adopt 16 year old dogs???????????
    <FONT face="Amphion" size="4">
    <FONT face="Amphion" size="4">If she is well behaved and house trained, check with your local nursing homes. Some have facility pets and might take her...Ask for the Activity Director...
    <FONT face="Amphion" size="4">Good Luck!
    <FONT face="Amphion" size="4">Debby
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