It might seem like an impossible task to keep cats out of your lawn and flowerbeds. However, there are some ways to keep your lawn safe from strays (and urine & feces) without harming them or taking extreme measures. Cats are natural hunters, and hunting is their favorite activity. If you have a nice yard and plenty of plants and greenery, cats will most likely try pouncing around and stalking small creatures on your property. Luckily, there are ways to keep cats out of your lawn without hurting them and giving them somewhere else they’ll feel comfortable.
Keeping cats out of your property shouldn’t be a giant feat. With any of the suggestions listed above, you can find ways to keep them out that are within any budget and humane. Each of these solutions also holds other positive properties: motion sensors can be added security against theft, aromas & growing scented plants can be just as pleasing to a human as it is repulsed by animals, and building a fence can be considered added security for pets and children.