In this article, we will be taking a look at how to stop cats pooping on artificial grass as quickly and easily as possible with minimal effort. Over the years, we have seen artificial grass recommended as a way to either keep cats out of your garden or reduce the chances of cats pooping on it.
Unfortunately, neither of these are accurate and people who invested in artifical grass in an attempt to get cats to stop pooping on their lawn are now having to reach out for advice. We have decided to research the topic and how best to stop cats pooping on artificial grass to help as many of our readers in this same situation as possible.
How To Stop Cats Pooping On Artificial Grass – PestAway Ultrasonic Cat Repeller
They are quick and easy to install in your garden, have multiple ways to deter cats such as ultrasonic sounds and flashing lights as well as the ability to quickly scare cats off before they can poop. Additionally, they are able to break existing habits of cats who regularly visit your garden or poop on your artificial grass.
Once the system is installed in your garden there is little to nothing you need to do to keep cats out of your garden. The motion sensor will detect cats and activate the system when required as you go about your business as you like.
The video below gives an overview of how the PestAway Ultrasonic Cat Repeller works.
The cat mace works by irritating the nose of cats who come near it. Over time the scent will fade and cats will slowly start to come back. Temperature, rain, and snow can also reduce the time that it will be active meaning that you will have to redistribute a new batch of cat mace sooner.
Depending on the size of your garden a single tub of cat mace can surprisingly last you a long time but larger gardens and yards will get through it quicker. Thankfully distributing it throughout your garden can be very quick due to shaker design of the tub, simply walk around your garden and shake it but once it is distributed around your garden it will work passively until without further effort from you.
The video below offers a third party opinion on our recommended cat mace.
They work by emitting a high pitched hiss when you depress the top of the canister. Due to this activation method, they require you to be out on your artificial grass when cats in your garden. This is why we feel that the ultrasonic cat repeller and cat mace are better options as they work passively without the need for you to be in your yard.
We feel that pet correctors maybe the better option if the cat that keeps pooping on your artificial grass is your own cat. This way you know when it is out of your house and in the garden and you can go out and use the cannister.
Garden Cat Scat Mats
The downside of these is their price. They can become very expensive, especially if you have a large amount of artificial grass to cover. This is why we feel that the ultrasonic cat repeller or cat mace is a much better solution.