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Video- Blooper Reel for “How to Stop Cats Forever”

I really wasn’t too sure about posting this at first, but it was pretty well…

Video – How to stop cats forever- The extreme party popper

In the sequel I take the basic concept of the first video “How to stop…

Video – Thanks a million

Just to keep you up to date on my progress with my Youtube videos for…

Video – How to Stop Cats Pissing on your Car

Is cats urinating on you property a problem? Well I may have the solution. Really…

“The Not So Super…Super Car” – Top Gear Competition Winner

I had always wanted to do some kind of video featuring my car, just for…

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  1. Please don’t use or scare animals anymore. You may not be physically hurting them, but you are traumatising them. This creates bigger issues for their owners. Issues such as sudden anxiety, which the owner won’t understand where its came from. It furthers a cycle that is very difficult to amend. This is not an exaggeration, it is just a fact.
    Your videos are brilliant in every other way. Just keep the animals out of it. Please.

    1. Hi Kris, thanks for your comment & support. I do appreciate your comment & perspective. I am not sure where you’re based or of your awareness of the ecological issue cats are causing in Australia however their impact is significant. They have driven many native species to extinction, their spread into the wild is due to owners not being responsible and keeping their pets inside or in an outdoor enclosure – which would also solve my problem obviously- however It’s not only the effect on wildlife but keeping them indoors prevents their exposure to disease spread by fighting with each other and also the high likelihood of them being struck by a vehicle – which is a common occurrence. Take a moment to consider what a cats experience would be like to slowly die on the cold bitumen on the side of the road in the early hours of the morning from internal injuries after being hit by a car -all because it wasn’t kept inside. I don’t seek cats out traumatise them, they enter my property – spray and noise repellents are a common repellent method that is considered safe and humane. I hear feedback that my videos regarding this has also opened up further discussions worldwide about what it actually takes to be a responsible cat owner. Cats are a great pet but should never roam freely in a country where they are not native.

  2. kris if you are worried about cats being traumatised please help educate people about feral cats and cats being left out overnight. I have a cat problem what can i do? They pee all over my doors ,on my cars and attack birds on my bird feeder. My neighbour has the same problem with cats pooping and peeing all over his back yard and in his childrens sand box. The only non fatal solution i have found so far is my possum trap with a bit of meat in it. Only set after dusk when all domestic cats SHOULD be in doors. I would not and can not kill anyones pet so the next best thing is to PEE on them and then release them. Drastic i know but i rarely have repeat offenders. My yard is a bird sanctuary with food and water for all native animals. None of my neighbours have cats except one which is owned responsibly by being taken in over night. At times i am woken by cats fighting (or breeding) at all hours of the night. The Feral cat population in Australia is estimated at 20 to 30 MILLION with small birds and animals being made extinct. I live in a semi rural area near Melbourne Vic. Craig i would like to try out your repellor but i’m afraid it would also repell the possums that visit for food and water. ………. Greg

  3. Dear Craig,

    Please scare more cats! Sell tickets! I will come and bring my friends! Please provide a yard and fire hydrant for our convenience.

    Signed,

    Fluffy McMuffin (woof)

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