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Keeping the family cats off of the newly planted tubs

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by Busybloke, 22 May 2008.

  1. Busybloke

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    Hi

    When our cats are not busy wiping out the local rabbit population, they are likely to turn their attentions to the tubs my missus has just planted up - what's the best method for keeping these bad boys off the greens? Thanks for all ideas.
     
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    you mean they lie on them? poke some twigs or sticks into the surface so there is no open area big enough for a cat (not just as a fence round the outside)

    as the plants grow they will cover the sticks.
     
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    Sounds like a plan! She's snipping twigs as I type....Thanks :)
     
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