Feral cats can be a significant pest both in native bush and around cities. All sorts of cats can cause a nuisance in gardens where they may dig and toilet.
Cats are not usually regarded as pests but when they have gone feral they will catch and kill many New Zealand native birds, reptiles and invertebrates.
Also, cats can be regarded as a nuisance when they enter gardens where they dig holes and toilet.
Cats can be deterred from using a garden as their toilet.
- If you already have a problem, then the first step is to remove the existing waste and water the surrounding soil to wash the smell away.
- Spray NO Cats & Dogs is a thiram based spray that cats and dogs find repulsive. Repeated use of NO Cats & Dogs where cats toilet will break their habit.
This product will leave a white residue that can be difficult to remove, so take care not to use it where the residue will be unsightly.
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Feral cats are major biodiversity pest in New Zealand causing great damage to native birds, reptiles and invertebrates. It is important to make sure your pet cat is not allowed to go wild or to get into areas where they could damage New Zealand's biodiversity.
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