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Old 09-27-2006, 05:32 PM   #1
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Nope sorry this isn't a joke...

I live in the city and we have a problem with stray cats... They seem to like our yard for some reason. They are always finding new places to hide. We used to have a dog but he ran away and his house is still outside, first they hung out in there... borded that up, they found a new place... borded that up. They just keep finding new places to hide. What is the best way of humainly getting rid of stray cats? I know a dog would work but my mom wont let me until spring. We aren't feeding them, we don't have any thing that they could eat in our yard... We have a house cat and he hates other cats, so sometimes you will walk by a window and he will be in the window hissing up a storm. Help me get rid of them.
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I have a solution but it involves your car and a shovel, and i'll probably get flamed for it lol.
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put those sticky pads that are used for mice where they like to hang out....they hate that stuff
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call a animal rescue or simular, and have them set up traps.
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Get a big dog...


or start taking them in as pets
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catch them and take them to the humane society.
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catch them and take them to the humane society.
i would do that except i can't catch them, they run when i go up to them... and the humane society in our town makes you pay like $20 to drop an animal off...

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call a animal rescue or simular, and have them set up traps.
Do they usually do it for free?
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call a animal rescue or simular, and have them set up traps.
Call your counties Animal Control. They'll drop off traps for free
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Call my neighbor. She collects dogs and cats, even goats.

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