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blacktop Fri 07-Aug-20 08:03:05

Thanks everyone

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TheNestedIf Fri 07-Aug-20 04:52:31

Counterintuitively, you could try planting some catnip. You may get more cats but likely less cat poo. Cats don't often leave their waste around things they value. If you don't want to plant, you could try sprinkling dried every now and again.

Thelnebriati Fri 07-Aug-20 00:52:45

I've got holly leaves, I'll try those.

Mangofandangoo Fri 07-Aug-20 00:40:40

Also I've heard eggshells and holly leaves crumbled up work but I didn't try that

awesmum Fri 07-Aug-20 00:40:22

One of those cat sonic repeller - I bought ones for my neighbours to stop my cats going in their gardens, they seemed to work for them.

Mangofandangoo Fri 07-Aug-20 00:39:37

We recently had a problem where every bloody cat on the street was using our front garden as a toilet - we got some stuff from pets at home, it's a deterrent ( green and smells of pine) it really worked

Thelnebriati Fri 07-Aug-20 00:38:16

The only thing I've found that really works is sprinkling chicken manure pellets, but you have to keep doing it every few days. I'm about to try a cat shaped scarecrow but I think the local tom might beat it up.
I'm going to try to make the fence more cat proof.

blacktop Fri 07-Aug-20 00:01:28

Flower bed that is grin

Now I have your attention....any advice on how to stop my neighbours cat shitting in my flower bed? I know about the water pistol idea but realistically the cat is in my garden about 23 more hours of each day than I am so that won't work!!

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