[Biturbos4] tyres & cats
mikemk40 at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 10 08:05:46 EDT 2005
Thanks for that idea, unfortunatly the car lives
outside so electric mats (240V & wet here) are a non
I had strong words with the cat yesterday, he was very
sorry and even rolled over so i could tickle his tummy
by way of punishment so hopefully thats the end of the
muddy paw prints
--- Keman <keman at interwolf.net> wrote:
> At the pet store, there exists a product known as a
> "Scat Mat" .. you plug
> it into the wall and lay it wherever you don't want
> pets to be. They come in
> varying sizes. Just lay it on the hood of the car
> and wait till you see what
> happens when the cat jumps onto it. BZZZZZTTT!
> It's harmless, mostly, but count on that cat never
> visiting the hood of your
> car again.
> Of course, if you ran it off 220 volts instead of
> 110 .. it might be a
> little less than harmless. :P But I'm not making
> suggestions or anything.
> - Keman
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "mike" <mikemk40 at yahoo.com>
> To: <Biturbos4 at www.audifans.com>
> Sent: Friday, September 09, 2005 8:36 AM
> Subject: [Biturbos4] tyres & cats
> : Guys
> : Two questions.....
> : Car is due new tyres....'99 avant everything stock
> : used in the UK, currently has Avon ZZ3, any
> : suggestions?
> : One of the local cats has developed the habit of
> : coating its feet with mud and then having a dance
> : party on the bonnet (hood). I did think of
> : the gas strut and then using a weight sensor to
> : release the bonnet catch and catapult the cat into
> : passing traffic but ideally what I need is a paint
> : friendly liquid that I can spray on to discourage
> : preferably kill) the cat. Any suggestions?
> : Cheers
> : Mike
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