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Dug the veg patch

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Even though it is still wet in patches I've successfully cultivated the veg plot.
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Think it could need something for cats, round here, it would be alive with them, but look at all the presents they leave. :) :)
 
That's the problem I have here... feral cats. A lot of folks feed them and they love to use the garden as a liter box. I'm planning to grow some vegetables but I'll need to put down some chicken wire or something like that to keep them from fouling my soil.
 
That's the problem I have here... feral cats. A lot of folks feed them and they love to use the garden as a liter box. I'm planning to grow some vegetables but I'll need to put down some chicken wire or something like that to keep them from fouling my soil.
Raised beds are your answer Bob so netting covers would be relatively cheap to make. This year my spuds are being grown in special bags which really pisses my cats off
 
Looks like it'll do the trick. I recently tried pegging it over the garden soil to keep the cats from using the facilities if you get my meaning but ended up using chickenwire. I was afraid the cats claws would make a mess of it and get tangled up in it
 
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