Cats & critters

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Bib4tuna

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I'm new to indoor growing & this will be my 2nd indoor grow. My 1st indoor endeavor ended with my cats destroying a beautiful dj short blueberry plant. Is there any thing I can spray on the plant to keep the cats away & other possible critters bcuz I'll be growing in my garage this year. Or maybe even constructing a kinda fence with chicken wire if that will even work. Any tips are greatly appreciated,thx!
 
Bib4tuna

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Cat did the same thing. My solution was to make sure the cats could not get access to the plants... Or anyone for that matter
Lol,that would seem most obvious. Unfortunately my cats are indoor/out door cats & my garage isn't as sealed well as I'd like it to be so they Houdini their way in. But if all else fails Ill figure some way to seal it off. Just hurts when you get that far & find a beautiful plant shredded to lawn clippings.
 
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Lol,that would seem most obvious. Unfortunately my cats are indoor/out door cats & my garage isn't as sealed well as I'd like it to be so they Houdini their way in. But if all else fails Ill figure some way to seal it off. Just hurts when you get that far & find a beautiful plant shredded to lawn clippings.
Oh I know... Been there.
 

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