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Relocate pet waste from your plant to the litter box. If you find that your cat has urinated or defecated in the soil of your potted. Cats are genetically disposed to peeing in soil, which explains why your cat is peeing in the plants. Here are some DIY solutions.
If your kitty's using your potted plants as a litter box, your house or patio probably stinks of urine and your plants are likely dying.
Preventing Your Cat from Pooping in the Garden
Have you noticed your cats peeing in an odd place — your potted plants? Cat pee can and will burn the roots of your plants, and while it inflicts measurable damage to garden plants outside, the destruction can be faster and more complete inside, where contained planters focus and concentrate the feline urine. So why does this happen?