Learn how to repel cats naturally at http://www.chipptips.com/cats. Are you searching for a natural cat repellent that actually works? If so, then you probably have one of two problems. First, you need an indoor or outdoor cat repellent to train your own cat. Or, you are searching for a way to keep strays out of your yard and garden. Cats are unpredictable so finding a product that works is hit or miss. I spent 3 weeks researching and testing various cat repellents. In this video, I will unveil which natural remedies scored the highest grades in my reviews. I’ll show you the top rated products for repelling cats indoors, outdoors and from furniture.
These resourceful felines are known in the scientific community as “Felis Catus”. They have extremely quick reflexes, agile bodies and are natural born hunters. They are a very popular domestic pet in many areas of the world. Training and domesticating them is not that difficult. Homeowners also value their ability to repel mice, birds, insects and other pests. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat
Cat populations are an increasing problem because they reproduce at rapid rates. Many pet owners fail to spay or neuter. This leads to excessive populations of feral kittens all around the world. It is estimated that the United States is home to 60 million of these animals. Many of them are released outdoors when owners are unable to find a home for the litter. In this video, I will show you the best outdoor repellent for training cats to stay away from your garden and plants. I also review 2 great options for animal owners that need to train their pets to stay away from indoor areas.
People have problems with kittens and adult felines because they like to use gardens, plants and lawns as a litter box. They spray, dig, scratch and mark their territory, leaving a horrendous smell. They can also be dangerous around young children. Unfortunately, all outdoor and indoor cat repellents were not created equal. Getting rid of them once they are attracted to your yard can be difficult. This video will show you the best natural tips for training cats to keep off of your furniture.
Animal repellents come in all different shapes and sizes. Many homeowners resort to homemade remedies. However, I have yet to find a homemade remedy that works for deterring kittens. Although these recipes are natural, the essential oils will stain fabrics. Using them on furniture is not recommended. Here is a recipe if you want to try a home remedy: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Homemade-Cat-Repellent
Another option is to use an ultrasonic cat repellent that you can buy at Home Depot, Petsmart or Petco. “Catscram” makes one of the most popular ultrasonic devices on the market. They use sound and noise to scare animals away. However, these products rated very poorly in my testing. The items that worked the best were two types of cat repellent sprays. They use motion activated sensors to spray a quick burst of water to scare animals away. A company named “Ssscat” makes a fantastic device that rated highest in my testing. I found that sprays were the best way to restrict animals from indoor and outdoor areas.
Even animal enthusiasts do not enjoy the smell of urine inside or outside of their house. Watch this short video if you are tired of cats using your garden, plants and flower beds as a litter box. Natural cat repellent sprays are the best way to keep felines off of your furniture and away from your garden. All the products that I recommend are 100% safe for training pets.