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  • Cats love hunting foods, especially the independent ones. To keep your garden free from them, sweep up any alluring food waste and keep the bins well secured.

    Clean up your space and ensure there are no potential toys lying around. If there’s any existing cat poo, dispose of it right away as cats use it to mark their territory.

    2. Create a Rough Ground


    Now it’s time to introduce these smelly plants that cats hate! Planting some pungent plants like coleus canina or lavender could persuade them to head elsewhere. 

    7. Use Coffee Granules

    Coffee granules can be used as a natural repellent that could make the cats retreat your garden. In fact, they find coffee grounds repulsive.

    What you can do is sprinkle it on the grounds in and around your garden.

    8. Strong Citrus Scents

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