Help cat problem

Discussion in 'LOCAL GEORGIA TALK' started by paul c, Jan 23, 2010.

  1. paul c

    paul c New Member

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    I bought a new boat in december, & I bought new seats for it. Before I could even put the boat in the water my seats got sprayed from a wild "Tom Cat":cat:. now I know I have a catfish boat but that stuff stinks worse than my Danny King stink bait. How can I stop this CAT from falling in love with my boat?:at-wits-end:
     
  2. Andy52

    Andy52 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    .22 or a boat cover.
     

  3. paul c

    paul c New Member

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    I was wanting to get a boat cover, but im not sure it will stop the cat from spraying my boat.
     
  4. Bubbakat

    Bubbakat New Member

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    They are hard to keep away from the boat. I had a few that claimed my pontoon and I finally got rid of them with a small voltage electric fence from TSC farm store.
     
  5. paul c

    paul c New Member

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  6. brian88b

    brian88b Member

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    Chain a pitbull to the trailer ??? LOL Good Luck seriously thats aggrevating.
     
  7. fishstick

    fishstick New Member

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    no i have not---i just googled cat repellant
     
  8. paul c

    paul c New Member

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    If I didn't have to chain a dog up I would try that.
     
  9. paul c

    paul c New Member

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    Good idea
     
  10. Netmanjack

    Netmanjack New Member

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    Give it a name, feed it,and pet it every day, them when you really like it and it likes you, in no time at all it will get run over! No more cat problem...........:skeleton:
     
  11. Andy52

    Andy52 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    A good tight boat cover will keep them out of the interior which would be the main consern, a .22 will keep them out forever. I've got a problem like this in the winter. I store my boat in my garage and even with a tight cover the mice get in and will chew the crap out everthing in the boat.....a couple of decon bait boxes under the cover will take care of that....kinda' like the .22......:)
     
  12. paul c

    paul c New Member

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    Yea i'm going to look into getting a cover. I have a g3,1652,sc, any suggestions on what cover to buy?
     
  13. paul c

    paul c New Member

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    Now that I like:wink:
     
  14. Andy52

    Andy52 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    lots of places sell covers for your boat, but my recommendation would be to have one costom fitted by someone in your local area. A custom cover is just a bit more money but well worth it.
     
  15. efrith

    efrith New Member

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    Paul call your local animal control and explain your problem they will give you a cat trap to catch that wild tomcat and they will take care of it for you.
     
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2010
  16. paul c

    paul c New Member

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    Efrith I live in the conty were you just make your on laws, but thats a good idea. I think I will just buy me a live trap in catch it & take it to the animal comtrol.
     
  17. BIG_D

    BIG_D New Member

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    put mouse traps in it he gets his feet wacked a few times he will keep his yass out