Our cats and dogs share our gardens just as they share our homes, so it’s worth taking a good long look at what’s growing outside that will keep them happy and what changes you can make to keep them from harm.
Cats love their privacy and a place that’s cool where they can sleep or hide. Large bushy herbs are perfect for this.
These include tonic herbs that maintain pet health, however herbal remedies should always be used with caution, and this applies as much to animals as it does to people. Always consult your vet if you’re concerned.
Flowering herbs attract pollinators such as butterflies and bees, but your pets will enjoy these too.
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There are other little ways in which you can make your garden a haven for your furry friends.