How to Keep Cats Away and How to Keep Cats out of the Garden

How to Keep Cats Away and How to Keep Cats out of the Garden

Zamzows Manager Hans Geary explains that If you are looking for a solution to stop the animals invasion of your garden, lawn, or any property you need to use either Critter Ridder or Shake-Away animal repellant. Both Critter Ridder® and Shake-Away animal repellants are easy to use, time-honored solutions for getting rid of your unwanted pests.

Critter Ridder® contains active ingredients that irritate animals when they touch or taste the product. This product can be used to effectively repel dogs, cats, groundhogs, squirrels, skunks, and raccoons from treated areas for up to 30 days. This product repels by odor and taste.

Shake-Away animal repellent is a powerful granular deterrent that takes advantage of the strongest force in the animal kingdom your critters, inborn, instinctive FEAR. Shake-Away animal repellant granules contains the scent of your pests worst enemy, the Coyote, Fox and Bobcat.

14 Comments

  1. @ANNUNAKIM ow, and be sure to wear latex gloves when you handle it. if you touch it, with bare hands, you'll be reminded for days to come, why you should have worn protective gloves handling the scat

  2. I was having our own pets going in the garden & doing all sorts of damage & other unmentionable things. So my husband put up an electric fence. Just a single thin wire right about nose height. You might need two wires to accommodate small & large varmints. He hooked it up to a car battery. Inexpensive, easy to install & practically invisible. I heard one single yelp from the dog & the cats must have had a similar experience. Because they wouldn't go near the garden all season. Perfect.

  3. I respecd cats as living beings. But why are they allowed to roam freely when dogs can't? If dogs crap on your lawn, the owner has to be fined. But when the cats crap, they get away with it. Their waste is dangerous too. So why are the laws so lenient on allowing cats to roam freely? And from personal experience I'm pretty positive the cat left a mouse on the side of your house.

    It's very frustrating. Is there anything we can do? Thanks

  4. I will have to find "shake away". I gave up for awhile and just clean the area every day and let it use the area between the tomato plants in hopes it leaves everything else alone. Just wish I could figure out exactly what time it goes to the garden so I could chase it away.

  5. I would say that in your situation Shake Away would work best. Critter Ridder is a strong peppery smell as opposed to Shake Away is dehydrated Fox/Coyote Urine. Shake Away will make the cat think that there is a predator close by.

  6. I have a pesky neighbor cat that likes to poop in between my tomato plants. Tried moth balls, citrus peels, and coffee grounds –didn't work. Then I spent lots of money on Critter Ridder– Sorry but it DOES NOT work. I used a container twice as big as the one shown in this video.

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