1. 1. Location
  2. 2. Problem
  3. 3. Solution

Cats Could Be Causing the Problem.
Here’s Our 3-Step Solution: 

1
Remove Attractants & Shelter
Feral or stray cats are on a hunt for food and warm, dry cover where they can take shelter. Eliminating potential food sources on your property can make your home less inviting.
  • Remove trash and secure garbage bins
  • Clean up leftover food, drinks, or pet food
  • Avoid feeding cats or other wild animals on your property
  • Prohibit access to dry, covered spaces such as porches, sheds, garages, and other structures
2
Catch & Remove the
Immediate Issue 
The best way to completely remove a cat is by using a trap to manually relocate it. A feral cat trap rescue kit works best for catching these felines. The kit includes a cage trap, cage divider, and burlap cover.
3
Use Repellents to Make Them
Unwelcome to Return 
Cats are easily frightened animals. Electronic repellents repel approaching cats by scaring them with harmless bursts of water. These repellents are eco-friendly, and can help keep cats away from your gardens, garbage cans, pools, mulch beds, and more.
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Your All-in-One Solution

Cat Removal Kit Remove the animal from your yard, and prevent them from coming back with just one purchase. This bundle was specifically created for removing and repelling cats from your property. First, trap the cat using the Havahart® Feral Cat Trap Rescue Kit, and then keep them from returning with the Critter Ridder® Motion-Activated Animal Repellent & Sprinkler. Shop Kit »

Check Out Some Helpful Resources

  How to Trap »
  How to Bait »
 
How to Deter Stray Cats »
 
Reclaim Your Flowerbed With Plants That Deter Cats »
 
How to Keep Cats Out of Your Garden »
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