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Silent Roar Lion Manure - Cat Repellant

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this has to be one of the best threads i have seen on TAS in ages for an idea thats simple obvious and could help lots of people save a bit on their fuel bills if it works!

Noticed this thread yesterday and OH has already set up our first 'drying rack' in the wood shed - it is an old Zbed frame with chicken wire on top and a layer of horse poo. They dig up and eat bulbs, especially crocus and tulips, eat flower buds and shoot tips, steal nuts and strawberries, strip the bark from trees and eat food put out for the birds. This replacement waste code is only allowed if it is digestate from an aerobic digestion process that accepts only the waste input types allowed by the anaerobic digestate quality protocol.

Cats mark their territory by leaving their scent, so Silent Roar marks the territory with the scent of a lion (you don't get a much bigger cat than a lion! I had never heard of the product before, but because it was so cheap I thought it was definitely worth trying. Environmentally friendly and chemical-free, these pellets have been soaked in the real essence of lion dung and then dried and sterilised. In addition to its cat repellant properties, Silent Roar is a nitrogen based fertiliser which helps leaves to grow and keeps them luscious.

They are small ball like pellets which you scatter around the area, there is no odour to humans but cats can smell it .This repellent is a nitrogen-based fertilizer, this is a green product and the pellets are soaked in real essence of lion dung.

The odor is unpleasant to cats but will not harm them, making it a humane solution to cat problems in your garden. President Emmanuel Macron’s new prime minister, Gabriel Attal, announced a series of measures Friday during a visit to a cattle farm in southern France. The pellets are environmentally friendly and contain no artificial chemicals that can be damaging to plants or other animals; and one application can last for up to three months. The highway from Lyon, in eastern France, to Bordeaux, in the southwest, also been reopened on Saturday, the company said in a statement. Using the pungent scent of lion or tiger dung to ward off nuisance foxes from urban gardens is a trick many have sworn by for decades.

You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Their aim is to “block” the Rungis International Market that supplies the capital and surrounding region with much of its fresh food, he said. In 2000, the product came out on top in a cat deterrent trial by BBC's Watchdog, which found it to work within 3 hours of application.

As well as being an unfounded method of keeping foxes away from gardens, lion and tiger dung poses a biohazard. Silent Roar is a 100% organic nitrogen-based fertiliser with an added bonus - many gardeners find it to be remarkably effective at deterring cats! The next time you see some kitties using your carefully tended garden as a litterbox, perhaps it's time to bring in the big cats—or at least their poop! Several thousand people gathered on Saturday in the town of Pamiers in the Ariege region in the Pyrenees mountains to pay tribute to a 36-year-old female farmer and her 12-year-old daughter who were killed at a roadblock when a car rammed into a barricade of hay bales on Tuesday.The farmers’ movement, seeking better remuneration for their produce, less red tape and protection against cheap imports, has spread in recent days across the country, with protesters using their tractors to shut down long stretches of road and slow traffic. One light sprinkle, which took about five minutes, has kept my flower patch cat free for the past two months.

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