How to prevent a cat from coming in your yard without harming them?

by Dli14083428
i have a lot of stray cats in my neighborhood that are terrorizing the birds nest in my trees. What is the best way to prevent this without harming the cats. Thanks!
  5 answers
  • Suzette Suzette on Jun 04, 2017
    You might not like this idea, but some people use black pepper sprinkled around the area you don't want them in. Usually cats mark the places they been to alert other cats there A.S.L. age sex location. Sort of a email. So that's why they'll revisit the same spots. Black pepper should cause them to sneeze but it should keep them out. Also take sticky size up will keep them from perching .

  • Shoshana Shoshana on Jun 05, 2017
    Cayenne pepper sprinkled down will work as well!

  • Emmanuel de la Rosa Emmanuel de la Rosa on Jun 05, 2017
    We got a repellent that is solar powered. It is called Volador Humane Repeller. I was skeptical that it would work but it did, the cats that were lurking around our plants and using them as their litter box are not doing it anymore.

  • Eloise Eloise on Jun 05, 2017
    There is a product by Bonide called Repels-All available from Amazon and Home Depot that may work. You will have to reapply after a heavy rain, but it does seem to work. (Home Depot site here:

  • Ellis Ellis on Jun 05, 2017
    There is a motion activated water sprinkler that you can set up. It makes a sprinkler noise and sprays water. That might discourage the cats enough to make them steer clear of your yard.