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post #16 of 31 Old 12-21-2012, 10:59 PM
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post #17 of 31 Old 12-21-2012, 11:40 PM
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post #18 of 31 Old 12-22-2012, 12:53 AM
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You need to hold them, and pet them, and squeeze them, and call them George.

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post #19 of 31 Old 12-22-2012, 01:12 AM
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1 large burlap bag, $.50 cents, 1 large rock, $0.00, 1 bridge with deep water at the bottom, $0.00, Knowing those stinking feral cats will not destroy ur soft top, Priceless!
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post #20 of 31 Old 12-22-2012, 04:28 AM
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Couple products you can get! 1. Is a shock collar for the cats! Preferably one for big dogs!! 2. Small children will scare them off! 3. You can use tacks with cardboard so when they jump up on they land on the tacks! 4. Use chemicals like Natures Miracle has a spray, another is Boundary, Keep Off is another. I work at a pet store and you should hear what people want to do to keep animals off stuff!!
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post #21 of 31 Old 12-22-2012, 06:11 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks for all the suggestions. I do not think spraying stinky stuff on my Jeep is a real good idea, and pepper dust on a vehicle with no top 9 months out of the year sounds like a blinding experience waiting to happen.

If the live traps weren't so expensive, I would have done that last year. I do have an electric fence near by, but there is also some gasoline and such close to the jeep (not including the standard leaks and drips) , and that thing will arc nearly 1/4 inch to a good ground. Do not want to burn stuff down.

I do have several conibers and legholds, but did not want to get that extreme, but with a new top costing nearly 6 bills.........

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post #22 of 31 Old 12-22-2012, 06:54 AM
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If the live traps weren't so expensive, I would have done that last year. I do have an electric fence near by, but there is also some gasoline and such close to the jeep (not including the standard leaks and drips) , and that thing will arc nearly 1/4 inch to a good ground. Do not want to burn stuff down.

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Electric fences should not be arcing. There are low voltage fences used by farmers with enough voltage to annoy the animal but not spark or even cause a burn.

The problem with trapping (or even shooting) is that it might remove the current occupant, but more (including different species) will come around. You need an active deterent.

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Electric fences should not be arcing. There are low voltage fences used by farmers with enough voltage to annoy the animal but not spark or even cause a burn.

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You must have no experience with weed clipper fence chargers. Those light duty chargers work well for wiener dogs and such, I tend to have 3/4 tons of mean covered in hair that I have to deal with, and no pansy charger is up to the job.

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You must have no experience with weed clipper fence chargers. Those light duty chargers work well for wiener dogs and such, I tend to have 3/4 tons of mean covered in hair that I have to deal with, and no pansy charger is up to the job.
If the OP is dealing with 3/4 ton cats, I would worry about more than the Jeep top.

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If the OP is dealing with 3/4 ton cats, I would worry about more than the Jeep top.
I am the OP, and my fence charger is a real one. And the big critters WILL mess with the equipment if not kept away. But the cats are getting by the fence. The Simmental and Angus have made their peace with it.

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You need to hold them, and pet them, and squeeze them, and call them George.






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mothballs. Cheap and cats don't like the smell. My father in law had some cats shredding his car covers, so he stuck a few mothballs in the bumper of his van and never had any more issues. Van smelled funny for a little while but he put too many in there.

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