How to Repel Feral Cat from Garden
Keeping the unwanted cats out of your garden and yard and preventing any damage is possible with an integrated repelling plan and solution like Nature’s MACE Animal Repellent. This is a step-by-step instruction teaching you how to use repellents and stop cats from using your yard as a litter box, and from causing damage to your plantings, grass, and trees.
- Determining the areas of damage – Find the damage that feral cats caused in your yard. Doing so will be a great help for you in choosing the most effective repellent, because every repelling method works in a different way. The common activities done by feral cats are using your garden as a litter box, preying on birds, pilfering garbage, nesting underneath your porch or other structure, urine-marking or spraying on the vertical surfaces, urinating on your lawn, yowling or mating in your garden, and scratching the tree bark.
- Selecting your cat repellent – As soon as you have located your problem areas, you can use the below information to select the best repellent solution for you. Cats are very habitual by nature, and this means that they may necessitates many forms of discouragement to be able to attain success on how to repel feral cat from garden. For the best and long0-term results, you may use multiple Nature’s MACE Animal Repellents.
- Granular repellent – This cat repellent is best for building a repelling barrier to keep cats out of the whole protected areas. You can sprinkle the granular repellents around the perimeters of outdoor and indoor areas, such as lawns, flowerbeds, barns, yards, houses, garages, gardens, and parches.
- Liquid spray repellent – This type of repellent is best for preventing cats to dig in your garden, eating your garbage or plants, and scratching at trees. Knowing how to repel feral cat from garden is as easy as spraying Nature’s MACE Animal Repellent directly into your outdoor surfaces, which you want to be protected against cats, such as the mulch, soil, trees, grass, garbage cans, trash bags, shrubs, and other plants.
- Electronic repellent – This is best for frightening feral cats with the sudden burst of water, and it will condition them to stay away from any area like plants, flowerbeds, structures, vegetable gardens, pathways, lawns or yards, and pool areas.
- Applying as directed – The effectiveness of Nature’s MACE Animal Repellent will heavily rely on how it is applied, just as with any other repellents. It is important to understand the directions thoroughly before applying. Repellents should be reapplied on a periodic basis so as to maintain full repellency. You should also apply the liquid repellent in dry weather, with temperature of more than 40 degrees F.
- Removing attractants – Without feral cat attractants in your garden is important on your plan on how to repel feral cat from garden. Avoid feeding cats on your property. Secure your garbage bins and remove trash. Clean up any leftover drinks or foods, or pet food.
Maintain your garden and home to keep feral cats away permanently with these tips, and with the help of Nature’s MACE Animal Repellent. Buy one today.