cat skat

Hi All,
I have a bot a 4 foot circle in my rocks in the front yard I grow flowers in. When I water the garden in the back yard, I take a 2 gallon bucket of water and
water the front planter. And up floats the cat poo.
I little hot sauce to the water bucket will fix that problem. It burns their feet, they stick their feet in the mouth, it burn their mouth, then the make a funny noise and never come back. It is where the term "cat's tongue" comes from, meaning you can't take hot food.
Other than the disgusting visuals, does the cat skat harm my plants?
Many thanks, -T
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T wrote: ...

if it isn't a veggie garden i'd not worry about it other than the smell.
songbird
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On 2020-06-20 15:38, songbird wrote:

I planted some onions in it
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On 2020-06-20 13:51, T wrote:

And some in my garlic beds too. My major concern is cat gut bacteria such as salmonella
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