Q&A: Is there a “home remedy” that I can use to keep my cats out of my plants that won’t harm them or the plants?

Q&A: Is there a “home remedy” that I can use to keep my cats out of my plants that won’t harm them or the plants?

Question by danspaintball2000: Is there a “home remedy” that I can use to keep my cats out of my plants that won’t harm them or the plants?

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Answer by rosey
Put pea gravel or wire meshe on the top of the dirt this will discourage the cats.

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7 Replies to “Q&A: Is there a “home remedy” that I can use to keep my cats out of my plants that won’t harm them or the plants?”

  1. get a spray bottle and fill it with vinegar, when you cats get into your plants squirt them with it. cats despise vinegar and it won’t hurt them at all. it won’t take them long to realize that getting into your plants means they have to lick vinegar off their fur.

  2. Supposedly cats hate the scent of citrus, but I’d check first to see if it’s safe for the plants. Also some books recommend mustard to keep cats from biting things, but on my mom’s old wicker table the cat just said, “More mustard, please!” Not only did it not stop her, she liked it!

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