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Re: Re:toxic planet list for cats!

I have had success with plastic netting wrapped around the pots. Carefully done, it is barely visible. The cats obviously missed us during the Hawai'i trip - every time I sit down, or go anywhere in the house they are there, begging for attention! (Hard to do email with one on my lap and another taking up most of my chair.
On Tuesday, January 4, 2005, at 10:39 PM, Zemuly Sanders wrote:

They are, however, very keen on using large pots for litter boxes. So my challenge is to protect the plants from the cats, which I have managed to do using several clever, and sometimes cruel, methods involving chicken wire, pine cones and rose canes.
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