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Does your garden smell like cat piss? Here’s a fix.
Bare dirt—sand boxes, bocce ball courts, zen sand gardens—always attracts cat poop and piss. Consider this remedy.
After I decorate Pixie Packages and gifts for readers I’m left with the wire-and-plastic stems of silk flowers. These I can poke into the ground between vegetable and flower plants. Spread the stiff branches, and they deter cats. They don’t hurt anything, but they’re annoying enough that cats go elsewhere to dump. Plus, the stems are dark green and black so they blend in and become invisible.
These last year after year. That’s why they pile up here. I’m still using stems leftover from a decade back. The latest batch of new stems looks like this:
You stick the thick end into the ground and spread the five branching stems. A few go a long way between plants. I’m happy to break this batch into two parcels and send them to two people who have cat trespassers. If you want to try the trick, please email Dennis, here, with your mailing address.
This offer only valid in the continental United States due to shipping costs.
First two takers get the goods.