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Use Net Produce Bags to Protect Plants From Cats

I use fruit and veggie net bags to protect my floor plants from my bad kitties that like to dig and leave 'unmentionables' in them. I cut a bag into a circle to fit the diameter of the pot, then cut down the middle. Using clear packaging tape, I tape each side to the rim of the pot up to the base of the plant in the middle. My cats hate the netting and you can water and fertilize right through the net. Here's to loving bad kitties!

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By krisanthemum from Pataskala, OH

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June 8, 20101 found this helpful

Aren't you clever! What a TF idea! Thanks for sharing it with all of us.

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July 23, 20121 found this helpful

You can also put pine cones on top of the soil of large houseplants and those spiny balls from gum balls trees around medium size plants. That will keep out kittys as well. Anne

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November 9, 20160 found this helpful

Did not work with my cats they urinated on top of the pine cones

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July 23, 20121 found this helpful

This is an excellent suggestion! Thanks for sharing!

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