Hello Again from the North Woods! Today the rains finally let up. I wish we could ship our rain to parts of the country battling forest fires! Anyway, the sun was out and everything is green, green, and green!
As you know, I often prefer to let others do the talking when it comes to PredatorPee – now politics is a different story – but nothing beats a great testimonial. This one showed up in the PeeMail – Thank you Rhonda!
“Initially I found you on line (don’t remember which search engine, but I usually use Google) after raccoons decimated my fish pond, but I’ve been an extremely satisfied customer for quite a few years. I haven’t lost a fish
in over 4 years (to raccoons) because I use the coyote pee regularly. And when I did have one raccoon family that didn’t think coyotes were a big deal, I ratcheted up the predator to mountain lions, and I haven’t seen a
However, yesterday a bear got in the pond – killing one, mangling another 30 pound koi (who is still barely alive) and slashing most of the others. The bear came back 3 times – and was scared off by me and our dogs and a water
hose. Then I marked the perimeter of our back yard (fenced, by the way)with mountain lion pee, set out some bear deterrents around the pond and waited. No bear. Didn’t show up all night, so I’m hopeful that the mountain lion pee is helping, and I just ordered more. I know it’s not a natural predator to bears, but I’m hopeful that large predators don’t like to share the same territory, because I surely don’t want the bear community to think that we have a sushi bar here.
Thanks for providing a humane way to protect my pond and still let the wild creatures make a living (somewhere besides my pond.) Best wishes, Rhonda”
Till I find some more words . . . The PeeMan