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Old 01-31-2008, 08:30 PM  
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No wonder you build BIRD houses.....
B..birds
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My cats get fed too well to eat the birds .They cost me $ 150.00 a month to feed them. I am surrounded by dairy farms so they just keep coming and then i get the odd city slicker tossing thier cat out in front of my place.


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Old 02-01-2008, 07:09 AM  
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So you have to build at least one house a month to support your family of felines.

Hope they keep the mouse population in check anyway.



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Old 02-01-2008, 08:31 AM  
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The cats do a great job with the mice outside but since they don,t come in the house the mice do ,I am picking up some mouse traps today.

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Old 02-01-2008, 04:22 PM  
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It's not the fault of the cats. Their just doing what comes naturally. It's the irresponsible owners. I don't care much for cats, but I also don't that they should pay for the carelessness of their owners. The Sprinkler would be hilarious.
Also, I'm a firm believer in payback. Using a rubber glove, pick up the offending poo and decorate the neighbors house with a curve ball.

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Old 02-01-2008, 04:31 PM  
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Also, if you can actually catch the cats in your yard, a mixture of liquid skunk scent and water in an electric watergun sprayed liberally onto the cats will give the neighbors a wonderful aroma throughout their home.

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I am quite impressed with your cat collection.... but.... hourding is no fun.... I know... cause I tend to do it myself... I have 12 myself.... they have all been either rescued or there mommy had them when I rescued her......
people need to be more responsible with their pets..... most of mine are spayed or neutered......

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I've got 8 cats and 5 dogs. They're pretty much ok, as long as they don't meet each other inside the house. Or else it would turn like a bloody war zone. I don't have much of mice problems at home.

But I don't plan to add any more pets any time soon. i think 8 cats and 5 dogs is enough. Plus my pet monkey and lizard.

It's cool to know you've got plenty of pets. Take good care of them.

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Black pepper sprinkled around the garden will do the trick. Scoop the poo and toss it in the neighbor's yard.

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After months I am still getting the same problem. Talked to the neighbor but no results.

I am thinking of trapping the little creature.


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