Actually, you won't want to eat these frosted flakes, and neither will feral animals. As reported over at CNN.com, scientists at the University of Queensland in Australia have found that tiger poo is an effective repellant for feral goats, feral pigs, and rabbits. A grad student working on the project is attempting to identify what compounds in the tiger poo are causing the feral animals to shy away, and plans to test similar extracts made from the feces of native Aussie animals like the tazmanian devil. Her advisor notes that the mix they're currently using doesn't smell as bad as cat poo. Sheesh, when did "poo" become the official way to describe animal feces?
Tip of the virtual hat to TreeHugger for posting about the story.