i do not own a cat but they are urinating in my garden and the smell is terrible how can i get rid of the smell and how can i prevent them from spraying or urinating in my garden.

Getting rid of the smell may be very difficult, and you may have to re-plant everything with new soil.

Cats don’t like the smell of citrus fruit, so it is an excellent deterrent for gardens and plants. Citrus scented potpourri or cleaners can be another means of keeping cats out of your outdoor garden or indoor plants. Just apply the citrus scented solution to something in the garden; such as a large rock, or around the foundation of your house for flower beds or the pots for indoor plants. Be aware that you will need to re-apply this occasionally since the scent will wash off with water.
Bury citrus rinds in the soil of your house plants to keep cats from digging. Orange, grapefruit, lemon, lime rinds are all unpopular with felines. You can do this for your outdoor garden as well to prevent the neighborhood cats from treating your garden as the litter box. Be aware that the rinds will break down into the soil (composting) so you will need to replace them from time to time.

8 Responses to “.how can i get rid of cat urine smell in my garden. urinating?”

  • Kevin:

    you should either wait til it rains heavy or give it a good hose down. You can buy special cat repelant spray which sometimes works and sometimes doesnt. If you have a friend with a dog, let it spend some time in your backyard. The smell sometimes deters cats
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  • Professor Brian's Logical Vi:

    Get some tiger poo or lion poo …..they won't go near. Use water to dilute what you have down and away !!
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  • malteasers_addict:

    If you want to stop cats coming in your garden then put curry powder down, they hate it!
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  • lozzi_pop22:

    Citrus peels (Orange, Lime lemon.) puts cats off apprantly also they are special sprays u can spray in ur garden
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  • Mickey mouse:

    a point 22 rifle
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  • Veronica Alicia:

    Get your family eating oranges.
    Chop the peel into small pieces and scatter it all around the garden.
    Turn a hose on them (just a gentle setting) whenever they come in – they hate water, mostly. The first hint of rain and mine are back into the house from the garden.
    You can also buy "Scoot" or Pepper Dust to sprinkle around.
    The problem is that each visiting cat in turn to marking over the top of another – you need to break the cycle.
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  • LoVeGw4EvA:

    citrus peels ,vinegar spray, or sprinkle/hose the cats away!
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  • >'-'<:

    Getting rid of the smell may be very difficult, and you may have to re-plant everything with new soil.

    Cats don’t like the smell of citrus fruit, so it is an excellent deterrent for gardens and plants. Citrus scented potpourri or cleaners can be another means of keeping cats out of your outdoor garden or indoor plants. Just apply the citrus scented solution to something in the garden; such as a large rock, or around the foundation of your house for flower beds or the pots for indoor plants. Be aware that you will need to re-apply this occasionally since the scent will wash off with water.
    Bury citrus rinds in the soil of your house plants to keep cats from digging. Orange, grapefruit, lemon, lime rinds are all unpopular with felines. You can do this for your outdoor garden as well to prevent the neighborhood cats from treating your garden as the litter box. Be aware that the rinds will break down into the soil (composting) so you will need to replace them from time to time.
    References :
    http://cat.lifetips.com/faq/51208/0/how-do-i-keep-cats-out-of-my-garden-plants/index.html

    http://cat.lifetips.com/faq/43360/0/how-do-i-stop-the-outdoor-cats-from-using-my-garden-as-the-litter-box/index.html

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