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  • Keeping cats out of indoor plants

    Created by Linda Danell on

    I have 3 house plants that I keep outside in the summer. I need to bring them into my home now that it is getting colder. I also have cats. Cats love to dig and pee pee in the plants. Do you know of something that can be put around that top of the planter, where I can still water them, but that cats cant use them as a cat box??? Thanks so much for you help.

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    E. Vinje
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    Dear Linda,

    We sell cat repellent that you can sprinkle on your plants that can help with this issue. You may also want to consider a rough mulch to put on top and I have also heard that citrus oil or orange peel is unpleasant from them to dig in.

    Hope this helps!

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