How do you keep cats out of flower beds?


There are some treatments that can be tried in order to keep cats out of flower beds, but none of these are surefire methods. One can try to put some ammonia diluted in water in small bottles and put this around your flower beds, since ammonia repels cats. One can also try to scatter citrus peels or blood meal in the flower beds, or even install motion-activated sprinklers.
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How to Keep Cats Out of Flower Beds
In order to keep a cat out of a flower bed, motion sensors that make noises or turn on sprinklers can be used. Keep cats out of flower beds with tips from a cat behaviorist in this free video on cat care.... More »
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There are a couple of ways to keep cats from lingering (and pottying) in your pretty garden. One good way is to scatter orange peels around. Cats don't like citrus! You can find more info at:
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