I don't have a cat but my next door neighbour does. Her garden is all grass so the cat can't find anywhere decent to do his business. This is where my garden comes in useful. Yesterday I sowed a row of carrots and parsnips but forgot to put a net over them. When I went on my tour of the garden this evening I found the carrot row had been scraped into a neat pile by the obliging moggy from next door. I literally have to cover everything with nets or cloches to prevent this happening. I started putting holly clippings between the rows hoping that would put him off but I ran out of holly. Does anyone have a solution to this problem or will I just have to carry on doing what I am already doing?
We also have visiting badgers and I once found a huge hole dug right in the middle of my beetroot row. I really don't have an answer to that one.
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