along similar lines to the pull solution above, I had some extra sand from construction that I dumped in an out-of-the-way corner of the garden on a path (that won't drain into any of my beds). The neighbor cat who loves to crap in my garden has been very busy in this patch of sand instead of in the newly turned over beds.
Thalia Daniels wrote:I put a litter box near my garden.
I may have to do this soon as I have been "adopted" by a cat. After two months of constant harassment she has talked me into feeding her, I draw the line at having her use my whole garden as a litter box though.
You do not have to be good.You do not have to walk on your knees For a hundred miles through the desert, repenting.You only have to let the soft animal of your body
love what it loves. -Mary Oliver
I tried raising tomatoes in large barrel pots, but the stray cats kept using them as litter boxes and tearing up the tomato plants. I think I'll try again using some of the ideas presented here. Thank you.
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