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You can make a natural cat repellent by mixing essential oils such as orange, lemon, peppermint or lavender with water. Mix 1 part of these oils with 3 parts water in a spray bottle, and spray the areas in which you want... More »

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An example of a homemade cat food recipe uses 3 pounds of whole fowl or rabbit, 2 eggs, 1 cup water and various forms of nutritional supplementation, including 400 IU vitamin E, 2,000 milligrams salmon oil, 2,000 milligr... More »

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Some homemade cat toys include a feather or other lure attached to a length of string and strips of felt tied to a plastic milk ring. Other ideas are a ball made from lightweight cardboard rings and a crumpled paper bag ... More »

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To make a homemade flea repellent, use a combination of vinegar or lemon and water or a mixture of essential oils such as lavender, neem, eucalyptus and lemon in water. Pour the liquid in a spray bottle and spray it onto... More »

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Essential oils such as lavender, lemongrass, citronella and eucalyptus are all effective indoor cat repellents. They can be used in their pure form, or they can be mixed with water and put into a spray bottle. Orange pee... More »

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Pharmacies sell unrefined castor oil, which when mixed with dishwashing liquid and water in a blender forms a natural mole repellent, according to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. This mixture has similar ... More »

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You can use basic household items and equipment to make effective animal repellents that will keep cats and dogs from unwanted areas or activities. These repellents keep unwanted animals away without harming them. Avoid ... More »

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