Silent Roar Lion Manure Cat Repellent
- Is it is any good?
- What is it?
- What does it do and how does it do it?
- Should you use it?
What Is Silent Roar Manure Cat Repellent?
Silent Roar Manure is easy to use pellets that have been soaked in lion urine. You simply scatter them (well actually pile them up… but I’ll get to that later) around areas that you wish to discourage cats from using as a toilet.
It is weatherproof lasting up to 3 months, however after heavy rainfall you do need to replenish to boost the smell.
What does it do?
These pellets send a message to other cats that there is a bigger cat in your garden saying “KEEP OUT” giving you a cat free garden.
How does it do it?
Cats are territorial and mark the borders of their territory with scent, the bigger the cat, the bigger the scent. This leaves a message to all other cats “If you are smaller than me… Keep Out!”
So what the clever people from silent roar have done is find the largest cats e.g. lions and soaked pellets with concentrated lion pee. Spread these around your garden and all normal small cats will steer well clear.
If you can break the habit of cats using your garden as a toilet and make them use another area they will continue to leave your lawn and flowers alone. This may take anything from 3 weeks to 3 months… All cats are different.
Why should you use it?
Get your lawn back! An easy to use cat repellent that will rid your garden and lawn from cats that think it is their toilet.
As a bonus it also repels squirrels, deer and foxes!
Is it any good?
Here at StopUpest I have researched many ways to keep cats from your garden and none of them have a 100% guarantee of success, however research shows that lion manure cat repellent has a better than average success rate compared to other products that use smell to keep cats away from your garden.
The instructions say to scatter the pellets, however other successful users say “make small piles and the cat’s will not go near them”.
Would I buy Silent Roar cat repellent? …Yes
I personally have used lion urine as a cat repellent and I know it works.