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Old 24-04-2003, 04:32 PM
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I decided to go with the sticks method. In the part of my garden I didn't
want my cat to go I have stuck kebab sticks at six inch intervals and about
6 inches above ground. This is day two and things are looking good. My
little two inch high wallflower plants have not been touched. I have
fingers crossed and the cat has her legs crossed!
Thanks to all for your ideas

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Old 24-04-2003, 08:20 PM
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I decided to go with the sticks method. In the part of my garden I didn't
want my cat to go I have stuck kebab sticks at six inch intervals and about
6 inches above ground. This is day two and things are looking good. My
little two inch high wallflower plants have not been touched. I have
fingers crossed and the cat has her legs crossed!
Thanks to all for your ideas

auntie_biotic


The thought of low level spikes reminds me of something in the news today. Perhaps
you should consider the new high tech alternative: Tazer mines? They fire small
darts at anyone / anything walking on them and deliver a three second 50,000 volt
shock.
I bet most cats would have a short learning curve with that one!
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I decided to go with the sticks method. In the part of my garden I didn't
want my cat to go I have stuck kebab sticks at six inch intervals and about
6 inches above ground. This is day two and things are looking good. My
little two inch high wallflower plants have not been touched. I have
fingers crossed and the cat has her legs crossed!
Thanks to all for your ideas

auntie_biotic
http://www.tbandu.co.uk



See my post 'ATTN: Ophelia' below

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Old 25-04-2003, 01:08 AM
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Drakanthus scribbled:

The thought of low level spikes reminds me of something in the news
today. Perhaps you should consider the new high tech alternative: Tazer

mines? They fire small
darts at anyone / anything walking on them and deliver a three second
50,000 volt shock.
I bet most cats would have a short learning curve with that one!


Very short!




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