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how to keep a cat off my truck????

Other than a shotgun , how's the best way to keep a cat off of a vehicle? There's a cat that likes to get on my truck every so often. I've tryed everything from "cat repellent" to setting off my alarm , but it still gets up on it . I try to run out at it and scare it off when ever i see it on my truck. But I know it is on there more than i see it. This morning i found a few paw prints on the hood. My parents don't care if it gets on their car(which now has a few claw/scratch marks on it). I dont want my truck to end up like that, so i've got to do something. It's my little bro's cat so i can't do anything too drastic. Do any of you guys have this problem?


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Spray water at it.
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car cover, BB gun, fly paper lol
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If i can find a spray bottle i will try that. But i still have to figure how to keep it off when i'm not there.
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Buy a car cover...will also protect it from hail and stuff I have thought about it before
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Park the truck on the cat. Say it was an accident and get your lil a rabbit or something that will stay off the car. Or adopt a dog.
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^^ Haha nice
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LMAO!!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHA YES!!!!
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LMAO......That video is funny as hell!!!! LMAO!!!!
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acully the only good way is shot gun....because cats are target practice
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buy fox **** and rub it all over the car and itll prolly stop
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Wax it up real good. Might work.
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Wire your truck up so that you can electrify that varmit when you see it on there, with a push of a button! ZAP!!!
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I think it's kinda funny sometimes...I have cat/raccoon/possum pawprints on my truck. It's kinda cute, but then again, they don't scratch or harm anything as of yet...
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my dad got that video in an email a year or two ago... it was funny then, and its funny now!
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get a car alarm. that should scare the **** out of it
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Cats sucks. I hate the things.
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Citrus is your best friend... they HATE anything citrus (lemons, limes, oranges, etc)
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paintball. Then you'll know which cat it is and you can kill it later.







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Better watch out...
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this works

This works, ive used it myself, nothing and i mean nothing will come near your car or your yard........http://www.safepetproducts.com/pilot.asp?pg=catstop_main&GCID=S16049x007&KEYWORD= keep+cat+off+car&OVRAW=how%20to%20keep%20a%20cat%2 0off%20a%20car&OVKEY=keep%20cat%20off%20car&OVMTC= standard[/url]
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My neighbors cat used to get on my car all the time, I punted its *** across the yard, never came near my car again, haha
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