Use cat repellent scents. Citrus-scented cleaners are the most effective at
keeping cats off of surfaces, so citrus cleaners are great to use on counter tops,
Cats are territorial and curious, and both traits often lead them straight to your
garden. Whether it's your cat or the neighbor's digging or urinating in your ...
These plants naturally repel cats from the area because they smell unpleasant to
them. Felines detest citrus scents and will avoid areas where they find lemon or ...
May 14, 2014 ... The second part will cover outdoor repellents for keeping cats away from your
garden, plants and yard. Step 1: Indoor ... I recommend using peppermint oil for
repelling cats outdoors. Just mix 3 parts .... Or citrus peels! Reply. 1.
Tips from I Must Garden for repelling cats. ... Repel cats with citrus. Cats don't like
the smell of citrus fruits, such and oranges and lemons. You may try scattering ...
Keep cats away by throwing your orange, grapefruit, lemon and lime rinds into ...
Quite a few herbs repel cats while also making a lovely addition to the garden.
I need a deterrent to keep cats out of my yard. ... Tip: Citrus Does Not Repel Cats
... I need to know how to make a homemade cat repellent for house plants.
Natural cat repellents will deter cats without causing any long-term damage. ... In
addition, citrus based fruit peels such as orange and lemon will also help; ...
Gradually move cats' shelters and feeding stations away to discourage cats from
... Scatter fresh orange and lemon peels or spray with citrus-scented fragrances.
Citrus odors such as orange oil repel cats. You've probably seen a stray cat, or
even a neighbor's outdoor cat, roaming around the neighborhood. These cats ...