You will no longer have your neighbors' cats hanging around your property!
Although we all love animals, we are not always fans of other people's cats that make their needs in our gardens. Fortunately, there is a practical and animal friendly trick for this!
Problems with cats
A cat is a wonderful and cute animal, of course, but they are a little less tender when they urinate, hunt and dig in our garden. This can cause many problems for you and your garden, so you may be looking for some tips to help prevent this. Because we are animal lovers, we don't like the idea of scaring a cat with chemicals or unpleasant methods that don't respect the integrity of animals. We believe that keeping cats out of your garden can also be done naturally. Keep reading for our tips!
Vinegar and citrus peel
There are several ways to prevent a cat from entering your garden that are not harmful to the cat, but give optimal results. For example, the cat does not like certain odors, which means you can use them to keep them away. Some of these smells are those of vinegar and citrus peel. Therefore, you can keep cats out of your garden quite easily by putting cups of vinegar or citrus peels in various places around the garden (in particular, places that the cat likes to visit). The cat will definitely stay away from those places. Another thing that cats hate is cayenne pepper. Therefore, it may be worth spreading a generous amount of cayenne pepper in places that cats like to visit. On the other hand, this can cause the cat to sneeze violently, which will make us feel sorry.
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