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Re: fat birdies and cats

A little squirt gun or spray bottle of water works well too. Won't hurt him,
but will let him know his attentions are unwanted.
Judy B

From: "Theresa- yahoo" <tchessie@yahoo.com>

> Sprinkle him with water- he won't be so enthused in the future to see you.
> Theresa
> From: Ray & Nora Edwards
...  I am having a cat problem though. The extremely friendly neighborhood
> cat has decided gardening with me is the best thing he could imagine. He's
> lousy gardener. His idea of gardening is to twine in and out between my
> , run in front of me and lay down where I'm digging. ... Any ideas ? How
to discourage his
> gardening before he trips me.
> Nora

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