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    Angry Cat Pee

    Ok I'm pretty pissed (no pun intended) about this. This is the second time its happened and the first time I just kind of laughed. But this time I'm not too thrilled. I just got home and noticed a whitish yellow substance on the lower front lip of my car. I kneeled over to smell it and sure enough its cat pee again! Is there anything I can do to keep this damn cat from marking its territory on MY car? Anyone else have experience with this matter?
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    Hot peppers. Cats do not like. Smear a little habanero pepper near the target area. I have read it can work in gardens - on cars I do not know. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX
    Hot peppers. Cats do not like. Smear a little habanero pepper near the target area. I have read it can work in gardens - on cars I do not know. Good luck.
    Yes. Also, you could try this... http://www.thecatconnection.com/page...-DETR/DET-0826

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    Methyl nonyl ketone ought to repel most vertebrates, including felines (and humans for that matter) but I would caution you regarding its use on your paint, as I do not know what results it might have. You could always try spraying it on the tarmac immediately around your car and see if that keeps the cat off. Note that behaviour patterns, once established, are often difficult to alter. You might try repellent plus something else, like a loud noise or something, to startle the animal.

    EDIT: sbeth's recommended product contains methyl nonyl ketone so it should work.
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    Maybe some of that sour apple spray from Petco. It sure works with the poochies at home.

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    Also, I hear you can buy coyote pee that will deter them as they don't want to be eaten.

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    Thanks for the tips guys. I'll give them a shot and see what happens. If only I had a garage...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX
    Hot peppers. Cats do not like. Smear a little habanero pepper near the target area. I have read it can work in gardens - on cars I do not know. Good luck.

    Don't forget some hot sauce and guacamole
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    Quote Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX
    Hot peppers. Cats do not like. Smear a little habanero pepper near the target area. I have read it can work in gardens - on cars I do not know. Good luck.
    Quote Originally Posted by nSj77h
    Don't forget some hot sauce and guacamole
    You might as well just make him some Mexican food.

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    The neighborhood cats piss on my motorcycle cover. It seems to ruin the waterproofing but I'm afraid that any repellant will do the same thing. So if you have any success let us know, I'd rather have a wet bike than a pissy bike as long as the stuff works...
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    [QUOTE=Yossarian
    Also, I hear you can buy coyote pee that will deter them as they don't want to be eaten.[/QUOTE]

    Yeah! Fight urine with urine! I'd go pee on that cat's doorstep, just so he knows what its like. Ha ha.

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    i had this exzact same problem a few months ago, a stray black and white cat has been running around here, along with the pi$$ he/she was always good for some muddy paw prints too, a few weeks later i happen to catch this lil sucker walking across the field about 200yds behind my house, you can guess what happened



    i like cats but damn......
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    Quote Originally Posted by kessler89
    i had this exzact same problem a few months ago, a stray black and white cat has been running around here, along with the pi$$ he/she was always good for some muddy paw prints too, a few weeks later i happen to catch this lil sucker walking across the field about 200yds behind my house, you can guess what happened



    i like cats but damn......
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    at least my car doesn't get pee'd on anymore
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