I was a professional gardener for over 25 years and if I had £1 for every time I've come across cat poo unburied in clients' gardens, or had it smack me in the face after being hit by the end of a strimmer line because they'd pooed on grass, I'd be very happy ,and very rich.
Please don't forget according the RSPB domestic cats are responsible for the deaths of 70 - 80 million garden birds a year. I'd rather have blue tits than Tiddles the cat any day.
what's kitty listening to? Cat Stevens, Catatonia?
touché You win. tee hee.
If you know who the cat(s) belong to, collect the mess in a plastic bag and take it round to them, saying, 'I think this is your property!' They obviously paid for the cat food, so, logically the by-product is theirs!
Well said Brumbull. Live and let live people.
So upsetting to read some of these comments.
Thanks Brumbull. I didn't think anybody could make me laugh in this thread
If I'm banned from burying them can I at least stick their tails up their ........??
The answer is rubber gloves. I buy them by the box full, get through 2 or 3 x 100 pairs a year. The problem is half way through you inevitably find one finger escapes. So you double wrap, the fingers. Pick up the poop, bag it twice and put it in the bin. My worse cat poo ever was when it was fresh and all these round worms wriggling in it. Had to be sick before tackling that lot! Tried everything that wouldn't harm the animals. Gloves is best.