Ok, I like cats, they are adorable and wonderful and great! HOWEVER.... I share a doorstep with my neighbor and about the time I moved in 10 months ago, a nieghborhood stray brought her 2 kittens over to learn to eat the chow my neighbor sets out. Now, there is a box with blankets on the steps for them to live in and they are so sweet and cute and I know it is the home that they know. But over the last couple of months my patients has been wearing thinner and thinner and I'm affraid I want to hurt them sooner than later so I am searching for suggestions to keep them away from my side without harm to them or my dog. They sit on the window ledge outside and torment my dog, smacking her face through the window, they have been shredding my doormat, and using the dirt area along the front of my place as a litter box. I can't open the windows without the stench rolling in. I'm affraid the feelings I am growing towards them will get the best of me and I don't want to hurt them but I want to hurt them!!!!!!!! Please, if you have any experience repelling cats, HELP ME not to get bipolar on their cute furry arses!!!!!!!
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