unpleasant cat

Without taking into account the fact that domestic cats no longer have the need to hunt their ability to hunt down and catch prey have not disappeared. This is partly due to the fact that the ability to feel smells has no disappeared, in cats it is much stronger than in humans. In apartment or house this ability can be used against an animal, for example, to wean it from marking the territory or urinating in forbidden places.

To do this use smells repellent for cats. Note that in reality all smells listed below do not repel cats, animals just do not like them. It is because of that animals avoids places that extend unpleasant aroma. Well, let’s find out how smell can scare cats away. If you do not know how to repel the cats, use the following smells.

Smells repellent for cats

Which smells repells the most? The smell of citrus! And the most effective is lemon: this smell for a cat is sharp and acute. There are two ways to use it: it can be diluted with lemon juice and sprayed above the surface to be protected from the cat; but you can use the rind of the fruit placing it in the places where cat presence is undesirable. It is the most common method because cats cannot stand the smell of citrus though it is pleasant for people.

Also cats do not like the smells of onion and garlic. Of course the raw onion will not give any effect, but rubbed or cut into small pieces will push a cat away. A similar effect will be from grated garlic. However these options have a significant negative moment: the smells of onions and garlic are not too pleasant for people as well.

To improvised choices of smells that repel cats belongs vinegar. Its smell irritates the mucous membranes of the cat’s nose, so it is a good repellant. Also, vinegar spoils well the smell of cat urine.

Usual perfumes can also have a repellent effect on some cats and dogs. The truth is that everything depends on the cat and the perfume. But it’s worth it; what if a pleasant smell for you will not be pleasant for cat and will help in your struggle with a disobedient pet.

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