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Every morning I find under my carport, right in front of my entrance door, a small puddle.

 

As I have a completely walled property, I suspect it's a cat that jumps over the wall, as on a few occasions I noticed a cat during the night.

 

The small puddles only started maybe a week ago, and are always in the same location.

 

You think this could be from a cat, and how to stop it?

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1 minute ago, Kwasaki said:

? Dogs can jump over walls and I thought cats like sprayed not pee dame as dogs. ?

 

Walls are over 2 meter high, so doubt it will be a dog.

 

The puddle is also really small, so not sure if another animal like a Tokay would do this.

 

The strange thing is that it's always in the same location right in front of the entrance door, while the carport has approx 35m² of tiled floor

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2 minutes ago, Susco said:

 

Walls are over 2 meter high, so doubt it will be a dog.

 

The puddle is also really small, so not sure if another animal like a Tokay would do this.

 

The strange thing is that it's always in the same location right in front of the entrance door, while the carport has approx 35m² of tiled floor

Yeah OK maybe rats 😁  just that I  have 1.8 M walls around my wife's  rented appartments and a dog dug a hole under the fence. 😂

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5 hours ago, Kwasaki said:

Yeah OK maybe rats

 

You might be onto something there, as after more consideration, I think the puddles are too small to be from a cat.

 

I haven't measured them, but I estimate they are less than 10 cm by less than 5 cm.

 

Only wonder why it is always in the same spot

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53 minutes ago, Susco said:

 

You might be onto something there, as after more consideration, I think the puddles are too small to be from a cat.

 

I haven't measured them, but I estimate they are less than 10 cm by less than 5 cm.

 

Only wonder why it is always in the same spot

Maybe get a cat then they can kept outside.

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2 minutes ago, Kwasaki said:

Maybe get a cat then they can kept outside.

They are outside, since it is just a covered car port without any walls, the puddle is in front of the entrance door to the storage, and I'm allergic to cats

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8 minutes ago, Susco said:

They are outside, since it is just a covered car port without any walls, the puddle is in front of the entrance door to the storage, and I'm allergic to cats

Maybe get a vermin specialist involved to put traps, I'm really at a lost to know what else you can do.

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18 hours ago, Susco said:

 

Walls are over 2 meter high, so doubt it will be a dog.

 

The strange thing is that it's always in the same location right in front of the entrance door, while the carport has approx 35m² of tiled floor

 

Yes, they are cats. They can climb over walls and the gaps under the main gate. 

 

They not only pee but poo on my grasses. They come during the night when everyone is asleep and I have caught them by surprise but they can run very fast.

 

If it is just one spot, it's easy to control, just pour vinegar on that spot.

 

The stray cats pee and poo everywhere in my lawn. Sometimes, if I put my helmet out, they will also pee there.

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