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This is the second one of this cat scarer that I've owned. The first one lasted about 4 years before it gave up the ghost. It worked very well, keeping all of the neighbourhood cats from my garden, which in turn resulted in an increase in the number of birds. It worked so well, I decided to fork out the money to get the same model
Unfortunately, there is a new cat in town. Whether the cat scarer is faulty or whether the cat is deaf, I dont' know - the cat walks right up to it every time it comes into the garden! It seems more of an attractor than a scarer.....
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Initial post: 28 Jun 2014 11:43:04 BDT
Ann-Havard Thomas says:
Alan, catwatch does not affect exotic cats. My neighbours cat, a Burmese tiger cat, keeps on coming into my garden, when I complained to the company I was told that the catwatch did not work for exotic cats because their hearing is different. I told them that they should then put that statement in large type on the packing so that people would not waste their money.
In reply to an earlier post on 11 Jul 2014 12:44:05 BDT
Hard To Please says:
This is very helpful to know, thank you. You may well have just saved me from an expensive mistake...on top of all the other money I've already wasted! The answer, it seems to me, is to make cat owners subject to the same laws as dog owners. That may also stop them being so complacent about how frustrated the rest of us feel at their indignance that we should not want to continuously live with the smell and dirt of their pets! Dogs are 'wild' animals too, but they have to be exercised on a lead or responsibly controlled, and cleaned up after. It's no different for cats in my book!
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