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  • Cat pheromone

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    Cat attractants. Chemical structure of nepetalactone Chemical structure of dihydronepetalactone Nepetalactone Dihydronepetalactone Chemical structure of epinepetalactone Chemical structure of neonepetalactone Epinepetalactone Neonepetalactone Chemical structure of isodihydronepetalactone Isodihydronepetalactone Chemical structure of (−)-mitsugashiwalactone Chemical structure of onikulactone (−)-Mitsugashiwalactone Onikulactone Chemical structure of iridomyrmecin Chemical structure of boschnialactone Iridomyrmecin Boschnialactone Chemical structure of actinidiolid Chemical structure of dihydroactinidiolide Actinidiolide Dihydroactinidiolide Chemical structure of actinidine Chemical structure of boschniakine Actinidine BoschniakineCat pheromones are pheromones that are used by cats and other felids for cat communication.

  • Animal repellent

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    Scarecrow in a field Rat guards: steel or aluminum discs attached to the mooring line to prevent rats from boarding a ship Ultrasonic bird repellerAnimal repellents are products designed to keep certain animals away from objects, areas, people, plants, or other animals.

  • Skunks as pets

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    A pet skunk Although capable of living indoors with humans similarly to cats or dogs, pet skunks are relatively rare, partly due to restrictive laws and the complexity of their care. Pet skunks are mainly kept in the United States, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, and Italy. In the United States, pet skunks can be purchased from licensed animal shelters, non-profit skunk educational organizations such as the American Domestic Skunk Association, Inc., or breeders with a permit from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. Baby skunk availability peaks during springtime, immediately following the skunk mating season. Some large fur farms sell surplus skunks to pet stores. Skunks are probably best known for their ability to spray foul-smelling fluid as a defense against predators. Most wild skunks spray only when injured or attacked, as a defense mechanism. The mercaptan-emitting scent glands are usually removed in pet skunks at about four weeks of age. Since 2006, this removal practice has been illegal in the UK.

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