I've had cats all my married life and found that the frontline spray from the vet is the most effective at dealing with the problem. It is a bit pricy though!
Just spray on cat (to do this first corner cat in room with no exits ) Cat will not be best pleased! Do not expect to be forgiven for quite some time! When cat finally comes back (after long huff behind settee) try combing you should be able to remove some of the corpses.
Good luck Queenie!
Interesting point about indoor cats (sorry I know that you said it isn't up for debate :rolleyes: )
If you have a cat that doesn't want to go out or can't for whatever reason then what's the problem with that? I mean.... what cat doesn't want to spend it life asleep on top of the ironing pile or on your lovely clean duvet or lying on the kitchen worktops after you've just cleaned it?
Inside in front of the fire or outside in the rain... I know what I'd choose
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