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Re: TB: Pests: Discouraging Cats

On Feb 20, 2005, at 2:06 PM, Patricia Wenham wrote:

Try mothballs or go to a pet supply store and get some repellent spray that would not harm plants. The latter is more effective than the former but if you do not live near a pet supply store you may have to use the moth balls or crystals instead. Just reapply often.
If you choose to use mothballs in the garden, please be certain to place them in an animal-proof container with holes punched in the sides and tops to allow the fumes to escape. From what I understand, mothballs are toxic and should never be placed around the garden freely where animals or young children could pick them up.


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