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Re: the stray cat strut

In response to stray cat problem -- Bob Smaus, the LA Times Garden Editor,
puts branches over his beds (cut rosemary, or whatever else he's trimmed.)
He says that after the plants get big the cats stay away and the branches
aren't nec.  This only works for small spaces.  I wonder if the cayenne
someone else suggested would make our veggies spicy out of the ground ;> .

Jennifer Rees
Gardening Angel's Coordinator
UC Cooperative Extension, Los Angeles

> Message: 3
> From: McVaigh@aol.com
> Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 00:15:31 EST
> To: community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject: [cg] cats
> Question:
>               We have a ton of stray cats in our neighborhood and they are
> constantly using our garden for their litter box. Got any suggestions?
> Lonnie McVaigh

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