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keeping cats out of raised beds

Posted by vaherbmom va7 (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 10, 12 at 14:37

Any ideas for making my garden unattractive to cats?

Over the winter I have had the beds all covered, but when I uncover them they will quickly become the popular "potty" spot, yuck!

thanks for any help!


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RE: keeping cats out of raised beds

vaherbmom, consider THIS.


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RE: keeping cats out of raised beds

I did the 'search the forums' for you and came up with the attached threads on this subject. See if you can't find some worthy advice amongst all the pages of older threads.

Here is a link that might be useful: Search the Forums


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or consider this

Here is a link that might be useful: link


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RE: keeping cats out of raised beds

ken, my retriever does the job for me! Not as large as a mastiff, but MUCH faster.
hortster


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lol

i just put large dog in google..

i really expected a bit more diversity .... other than 200 pound dogs ...

with those.. you can probably forget the bed totally .. lol ..

ken


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RE: keeping cats out of raised beds

thanks for the link to previous threads, I am reading through the many suggestions
I have livestock guardian dogs but they have been trained not to bother cats (we do want the cats around to keep mice out of the barn/feed).


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RE: keeping cats out of raised beds

vaherbmom, this is off topic, but what kind of guardian dogs do you have?


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