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Natural tick deterrent. Anyone know if it works? I know you shouldn't use on pets, tea tree oil toxic to cats.

Cat deterrent: boil orange peels for 10 min and drain / squeeze juice into bowl/bottle to spray area where cats are unwanted

Cat repellant to keep them from peeing in places, also see:

Spider deterrent. Place lavender and mint under or near exterior windows. Spiders dislike the scent of both, so planting them will deter spiders from building webs. Also polish wood surfaces with lemon-scented polishes will deter spiders. And have lavender and mint inside your home in a sunny window to deter spiders (and freshen your home). Tea Tree oil is poisonous to dogs and cats, so avoid using where your pets roam. from:

Natural Cat Deterrents for Gardens

7 Ways to Repurpose Your Coffee Grounds and Save Some Cash: Safe Pest Deterrent! Coffee grounds have a strong smell that can help keep insects and even cats away from your garden and other property. Sprinkle coffee grounds around the area you want to protect. If you notice a point of entry for insects, place coffee grounds down to keep them from coming back.

Homemade Cat Deterrent Tips Natural Cat Deterrent Methods as Well as Commerical Solutions - Ten in All

Cat Scat - Cat Deterrent Rock - A natural smell that cats do not like is emitted to keep cats away from areas in your garden or yard. Smells nice to humans though...

3 Ways to Make Homemade Cat Repellent - wikiHow Finally some ideas that sound like they may work. I'll over look the fact that one says to use a heaping cup of water. REALLY? How do you heap extra water in there?

12 Uses for Vicks VapoRub 1. Decongest Your Chest 2. On Your Tootsies 3. Achy Breaky Muscles 4. Get Rid of Nasty Nail Fungus 5. Stop Your Cat from Scratching 6. Pet Pee-Pee Deterrent 7. Headaches Be Gone 8. Humidify Your Sleep 9. Paper Cuts and Splinters 10. Ticks and Bugs 11. Reek-free Racehorses 12. Go Away Mosquitoes

Spices That Deter Cats Many gardeners want to keep cats out of their gardens. Cats, although cute and cuddly, also possess a variety of unwanted traits that may cause a person to seek methods to keep them away.deterrents can be made using everyday items such as spices. These natural methods tend to be much safer and humane than store-bought chemical deterrents

If your indoor cat is getting into spaces he shouldn't or outdoor felines are destroying your garden, use natural, nontoxic methods to keep them out of such off-limits areas. These safe deterrents won't harm curious kitties and will only discourage them from returning to restricted areas.

Toxic. Coleus, scardy cat, skunk weed...this plant is a rabbit, squirrel, dog and cat deterrent. Great to keep the cayotes out.

How to Mix Rabbit Deterrent: crushed cayenne pepper, hot sauce, dish soap in a spray bottle. Spray on perimeter of garden.

U Scram Cat and Chipmunk Deterrent. Keep Cats Out of Your Garden and Chipmunks Out of Your Plants. 100% Natural, Non-Toxic, Rainproof, Organic and Biodegradable . by BluCat Enterprises,

Spraying Cat Deterrent

Cat Scratch Deterrent Fill an empty spray bottle with water and add 10 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil and 10 drops Lemon Essential Oil. Shake well and spray on areas you do not want your cat to scratch.

Louise's Country Closet: DIY Cat Repellent

Outdoor cats bothering your indoor kitty can be repelled with natural, nontoxic substances.

Sunforce 80004 Solar Pest Repeller, (Pack of 2), (mole chaser, pest control, gardening, animal repellent, cat deterrent, mole repeller, vibrasonic molechaser, raccoon deterrent, moles, solar)

How to Mix Rabbit Deterrent | eHow 3T crushed cayenne pepper 3T hot sauce 3T dish soap Spray on leaves, stems, and raised bed wood perimeter to keep critters at bay.