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We all love cats, but when they are unwelcome guests with a habit of emptying your trash or damaging your property, it’s another story.
If stray cats are terrorizing your home, Home Shielders can help!
Our range of humane feral cat repellents are an effective way to rid your property of stray cats. They use no chemicals, no traps, no poisons and don’t harm the cat in the slightest.
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By using high frequency sound, you can repel feral or stray cats from your property without harming them or posing a risk to your own pets or family.
They are fully automatic and can repel more than just feral cats too!
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"After some minor hiccups and initial non-cooperation from our resident Mickeys & Minnies, our Plug2Repel devices are doing a sterling job of keeping the critters at bay. The dyn-o-mite folks at HomeShielders replaced our 1st two devices with great speed & no hassle.
I plan on purchasing a couple more for the upstairs of our house to convince whatever crawlies might be contemplating setting up shop that they need to go squat elsewhere.
A top notch small company with an equally top notch product!"
Diana L. - Customer of the Plug2Repel device
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I purchased this device 2 weeks ago for my daughter's college dorm room. She seemed to be plagued with stink bugs, spiders and mosquitos.
She started using it 6 days ago and informed me yesterday that she hasn't seen one bug since she plugged it in. The product worked exactly as described. I bought this device based on customer reviews and so far I have no regrets.
The owner of the company has emailed me a few times to make sure I'm happy with his product, which proves to me that customer satisfaction is very important to his company. I would definitely recommend this product.
Colene M. - Customer of the Plug2Repel device
How can I tell if it's feral cats damaging my property?
The main way to tell if it's feral cats damaging your property is by seeing them or their feces. The nature of their habits or the damage they can cause is no different than other pests. Other than hearing them howl when two feral cats meet, there is little else to differentiate feral cats from other critters.
Fortunately, our stray cat deterrents can work on a number of common pests so you’re still covered!
How do your stray cat repellents work?
Home Shielders’ stray cat repellents work by emitting ultrahigh frequency sound. It’s inaudible to humans but cats and other pests can hear it just fine. It won’t hurt them, just annoy them, causing them to leave your property and go somewhere quieter.
Our stray cat repellents are fully automatic and will work on a number of mammals and pests including squirrels, raccoons, deer, skunks, rodents, foxes and gophers, to name just a few.
Where can I use a feral cat repellent?
Our feral cat repellents have been designed to be as flexible as possible. You can use them in your yard, in gardens or vegetable patches, on patio or decking, balconies, farms and outdoor spaces.
As they don’t use chemicals or poisons, emit audible sound or cause a nuisance to humans or most pets, you can use them anywhere.
The speed at which the feral cat repellent begins working depends on the cat and how serious the problem is. Cats are creatures of habit and can be stubborn, so it may take a couple of days to begin seeing a difference.
In the worst cases we have seen, customers saw a reduction in stray cat visits within 3 days and no visits from around 14 days. Your experience may vary but you should definitely notice the difference!
Unfortunately, it isn’t more humane to adopt feral cats. The vast majority of them are not socialized to humans and do not welcome our love and attention. They have gone back to the wild in all ways and would not be comfortable, or safe, in your home. Many have tried to adopt feral cats and the vast majority have failed.
Our feral cat deterrents are as humane as it gets. Sound doesn’t hurt the cat and doesn’t present a problem for your own pets or children.
You can deter feral cats in the same way you can deter other pests. Keep your yard tidy, put all your trash inside a bin, don’t leave food waste lying around, fill gaps in fences and use the Coleus canina plant in your flower beds.
Cats are agile and can climb, so the usual physical barriers won’t work. The most effective way is to remove food sources so they have less cause to visit.
You can also put the garbage out in the morning for collection rather than the night before and clear your yard of pet food, old fruit or vegetables and keep the area as food-free as possible.