Archive for June 6th, 2012
Finding Cat Repellent

When it comes to cat repellent, there are several different methods that one might use to keep felines away from certain items or off your property in general. We will begin by detailing the types of chemical cat repellent that can be used safely indoors, and then get into physical barriers as cat repellent later on.

To begin, ask yourself what item or items your cats are not supposed to touch indoors, and then look for information on safe chemical repellents that often include citrus, pine, or other scents that are known to repel cats rather quickly. Again, in this particular case, it is absolutely imperative to ensure that any cat repellent that you implement is completely non-toxic to the cats in question, lest your efforts at keeping your pets away from certain places and things turn tragic. Search online for reviews of indoor cat repellent products, and see what others have had to say when faced with a similar situation before making a purchase.

If you are looking for cat repellent methods to use outdoors, there are a few things to consider. First of all, chemical cat repellent can often be washed away rather quickly by rain and other forces of nature, so this can often be a waste of time and money in an outdoor environment. For best results, building a physical barrier between the cats in question and the areas you wish them to keep out of is generally the best way to keep unwanted felines away. Make sure that any barriers that you use as cat repellent offer no way for a cat to get underneath the barrier, and is too high for a cat to realistically jump over. Keep these points in mind when implementing cat repellent methods, and you should be all set!