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Spritz deterrent spray on your plants to keep cats off plants. You can find them in the pet store that won't harm your plant, but will discourage your cat from poking around it. A good example of a safe product is “Get Off,” but always make sure to check the label before buying a deterrent product. Some might actually hurt your plant. You can make your own deterrent spray at home, as well. Make a mixture of one part vinegar to three parts water, and spritz it onto the leaves of your plant.
Vinegar is a great cat deterrent. Unfortunately, it's also a great plant killer, so effective that it can kill weeds. Vinegar is acidic, and it can kill roots and keep the plant from absorbing water and nutrients. Spraying your plants with vinegar will prevent Kitty from eating the leaves -- but the leaves will be dead.
When the unit detects movement it automatically sprays a jet of water for a few seconds in a small arc. The sound and the water act as a double deterrent to cats and other animals who immediately run off and remember not to come back again. The kit from PetSafe is a simple yet effective choice for keeping cats from entering off-limits areas such as the kitchen, doorway entries, and gardens. It effectively trains indoor pets and keeps outdoor cats away from plants and trash. The battery-operated detector senses cats as far as 3 feet away and releases a harmless spray that startles the animals and makes them run away. Each kit comes with a motion detector and a canister that contains about 120 sprays. Replacement cans are available separately for long-term use.
This method for deterring cats is particularly effective for individuals who use water spray bottles to train indoor cats. However, it has the added benefit of continuing to discourage the undesired behavior even when owners are not home. […] your furniture getting clawed to shreds? Make your own cat deterrent spray using water, essential oils, and dish liquid. It’s easy to make and will stop your cat from […]#Cat Scratch #Deterrent: 10 drops #Eucalyptus #essentialoil, 10 drops #Lemon essential oil, 1 cup water. Mix #essentialoils and #water in an empty glass spray bottle. Shake well and spray in areas you do not want your cat to scratch. #natural #allnaturalUsing the element of surprise is an important part of training your kitty. If you catch your kitty in the act of scratching at your carpet or using it as his own personal potty, squirt him quickly with a spray bottle filled with water. While this method requires constant vigilance, your furry buddy will soon associate his behavior with an unpleasant consequence -- the water. Try not to show your little one that you have the bottle so he associates the deterrent with the carpet, not you. If your kitty isn't fazed by the water, try rattling a can filled with coins or clapping your hands a few times instead.#Cat Scratch #Deterrent: 10 drops #Eucalyptus #essentialoil, 10 drops #Lemon essential oil, 1 cup water. Mix #essentialoils and #water in an empty glass spray bottle. Shake well and spray in areas you do not want your cat to scratch. #natural #allnatural