Why would you want to stop it? It's just extra fertilizer. If you really
want it to stop, prestone comes to mind, but then I'm not a big fan of cats.
You could also install a sandbox for the kids. I'm sure the cat would
Seriously though, the cat is going to go wherever the easiest place to dig
is. Your challenge is to make your garden a harder place for the cat to dig
than where you want it to crap. Landscaping cloth with a good layer of
coarse cedar mulch should work or you could use decorative gravel. There
are pet repellents which you can buy, but I haven't had much luck with them
lasting very long. Black pepper seems to work as a temporary solution. I
put whole black pepper corns in my potted plants to keep my dogs from
digging in them.
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