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Re: Growing Citrus as Houseplants

Zem, when I had cats that liked to use the pots, I cut circles of screen wire 
a little larger
than the top of the pot with a slit and hole in the middle to fit around the 
stem of
the plant - if you can visualize that.  Since it extended about an inch 
beyond the 
edge of the pot, they couldn't balance on the edge.  Worked pretty well. 
Thank goodness my current four don't do that.

In a message dated 11/18/2004 5:51:36 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
Zemuly@aol.com writes:
are  apparently perching on the rims of pots to avoid the chicken wire/pine 
cone  deterrents. <YECCH>

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