|Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2000 12:27:06 -0400
Subject: Gardener's Q and A [T200004280019Z32015]
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Cats in the flower box.
What can I do to keep the cats out of my flower box. They are killing my
That can be a problem indeed! Your main option, other than hiring a Doberman Pincher to patrol the flower box area, is to use a repellant to discourage the cats from wanting to go into the flower box.
The following web site is for one company that sells such a repellant:
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