4 Easy DIY Cat Repellent Spray for Plants

Does your cat enjoy chewing on your precious plants or using your flower beds as their litter box? Watch this story to learn how to make different cat repellent option.

These homemade repellents are easy, inexpensive, and 100% effective! Just make small amounts in a spray bottle and stop outdoor cats from destroying your garden beds.

1 Tangy Citrus Spray Felines are sensitive to citrus scents because they have 14 times stronger sense of smell than humans.

Simmer citrus peels in boiling water for 20 minutes and add citrus juice of choice after cooling down.

2 Diluted Vinegar Spray Vinegar has a powerful odor like citrus scent and it's 100% natural and safe. Just dilute the vinegar when using it indoors.

Dilute one part vinegar or apple cider vinegar with one or two parts water and mix in a spray bottle.

3 Essential Oil Spray Cats are also sensitive to essential oil scents such as peppermint, lemon, lavender, and rosemary.

Dilute 2 to 4 tsps of essential oil with 1 tsp dish soap and 500 mL water. Never spray it in high concentrations because it can be toxic to cats.

4 Rosemary, Lavender, and Cinnamon Spray These herbs will repel your feline friends while making your house smell lovely!

Simmer the herbs in boiling water for 20 mins and let them cool completely. Strain the herbs and pour inside a spray bottle.

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