Keeping unwanted animals out of the garden can be a challenge and I hear from people all the time who have this problem. Those of us who Make Money Growing Small Plants often use sand in our plant propagation areas and all too often neighborhood cats think these propagation areas are great big litter boxes.
And of course others deal with feral cats, dogs, wild board, you name it they have a problem with it. So if you have solutions that work we’d all like to hear from you, post a comment below.
Using Predator Pee to Keep Unwanted Animals at Bay
I can’t promise you that this works because I’ve never really had an issue where I’ve needed to test it, but I have been aware of this website for years. There’s this guy in Maine that runs a website that sells all kinds of wild animal urine that’s used to keep all kinds of animals at bay.
He calls himself the “Pee Man”!
His website is interesting and he’s a funny guy. The guy sells Bobcat Urine, Mountain Lion Urine, Bear Urine, Wolf Urine and he sells “Pee Shots”. Yes, “Pee Shots!” Of course the first question that comes to mind is; “How do you collect urine from a Mountain Lion?” I won’t give you the answer, you’ll have to visit his site for that, but this is his prelude to the answer;
“If I had a nickle for every time I’ve been asked that question I’d have packed the bags, gotten into the limo and headed for the airport a long time ago.” Like I said, his website is pretty entertaining. It’s called http://predatorpee.com.
According to his website wolf urine can be used to deter cats, feral cats, coyotes and foxes.
The Pee Man says that Coyote urine will deter rats, deer, raccoons, groundhogs, gophers and possum.
Bobcat urine is good for mice, moles and voles.
Mountain Lion Urine
This is getting bizarre but I’m just tellin ya what it says! Mountain Lion urine is said to keep deer, wild deer, javelins and armadillo at bay.
Okay, I’m done. This is one of the most bizarre posts I’ve written to date. What do you think? Have you ever used Predator Urine to keep animals out of your gardens? Post your comments below!