Motion-activated sprinklers are an effective way to keep stray cats out of your yard, according to the ASPCA. When cats get too close to the sprinkler, they're hit with a blast of water that scares them off. Place the sp... More »

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To repel cats from your yard, use lidded trash cans, install motion-activated sprinklers, cover flower beds with gravel, scatter citrus peels throughout your yard, and cover crawlspaces with chicken wire. The supplies yo... More »

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Deter skunks from invading your yard by securely containing your garbage, limiting spaces where skunks can build dens, or making a natural repellent. Although skunks are generally gentle, they may act as nuisances, but d... More »

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The ASPCA lists motion-activated sprinklers, ultrasonic devices and natural deterrents as good ways to get rid of stray cats in the yard. The goal of these methods is to make the yard as unappealing to the stray cats as ... More »

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To repel cats from your yard, use lidded trash cans, install motion-activated sprinklers, cover flower beds with gravel, scatter citrus peels throughout your yard, and cover crawlspaces with chicken wire. The supplies yo... More »

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To repel armadillos, install a sound deterrent device, hang strips of reflective foil around the edge of your property, treat the perimeter of your yard with powdered coyote urine and treat the whole yard with a mixture ... More »

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Keeping a yard free of clutter, mowing the lawn and keeping the hedges tidy and trimmed are all good ways to keep snakes away from a property. Checking structures for holes and removing tempting prey may also help to kee... More »