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Well we have four cats including our own feline play in our garden. The back garden isnt too bad but the front strip is littered with poo.Garlic powder from wilkos not workingGoing to get some cayenne chilli powder.What else? Im feel so bad for my poor DP gagging whilst sorting it and as soon as Im not pregnant I lose my excuse not to do it!
How about a layer of sharp grit on the soil? My cat only poos on next doors soft soil, we have grit on our garden and he isn't keen on it.
Unfortunately these cats aren't bothered by comfort- they go on next doors pebbles and our gravel. I'm tempted seek permission from landlord to dig up and put heavy slate chippings. Just expense we could do without!
I found orange peel, or in fact satsumas cut in half and placed in the flower beds worked brilliantly in stopping cats from pooing in my garden.
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