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    Most real cities have animal control departments. They have telephones as well. You pay their salaries.....get it?
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    Try this until the cat is 'disposed of':

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roadcourse View Post
    Trap it then dispose of it. Pellet guns work nicely (gamo) but living in a appt. complex might make that difficult. May need to hire a hit man.
    My friend used to catch cats with live traps and then turn them loose in a rural field about 10 miles outside of town. I didn't think that was very nice but he didn't care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roadcourse View Post
    Trap it then dispose of it. Pellet guns work nicely (gamo) but living in a appt. complex might make that difficult. May need to hire a hit man.
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    seems odd that the cat managed to leave something that wouldn't wipe off

    i've had unknown stuff in the past that wouldn't come off with the chemicals on hand (ammonia, isopropyl, invisible glass, bon ami, etc), i found the razor scraper and/or the polishing compound for glass stove tops worked well

    It's made by Weiman and they call it the "GLASS COOK TOP CLEANING KIT"

    try in a small portion of the glass below visible line of sight near the cowl to ensure compatibility first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coho View Post
    seems odd that the cat managed to leave something that wouldn't wipe off

    i've had unknown stuff in the past that wouldn't come off with the chemicals on hand (ammonia, isopropyl, invisible glass, bon ami, etc), i found the razor scraper and/or the polishing compound for glass stove tops worked well

    It's made by Weiman and they call it the "GLASS COOK TOP CLEANING KIT"

    try in a small portion of the glass below visible line of sight near the cowl to ensure compatibility first.
    The original post in this thread puzzled me as I don't know of anything a car could leave on glass that can't be cleaned off, unless it's this guy:

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    I have the occasional paw prints on my car from the neighborhood cat but having a properly cleaned and maintained exterior makes wiping the prints off easy.
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    Wonder if you used something like RainX? Seems like the cat prints should just wipe off with regular automotive glass cleaner... I usually use Stoner or another brand I don't recall, both seem equally decent. . . Now water spots...

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