So in my cat decided to pee on the carpet right next to my indoor setup. When I smelled it I thought maybe I let the cat box go a day or two longer than normal in my tizzy of planting seeds and up potting. So I changed the box. Then I still smelled it the next day and realized that it wasn't in the box, he got my carpet. He messed up, now he has made himself a garden pest. And may have to be treated as such!!
I noticed though that all of the sudden, some very healthy looking young plants all of the sudden got a few leaves turning brown, seemingly overnight. Is this from the smell of the cat urine? Is the ammonia in the air affecting the plants that seriously that quickly? And now that it has been cleaned up, will they recover?
I am way ticked at the stinkin' cat and although this is not normal for him, he better straighten his act up quick! Or he may be next years fertilizer!!
P.S. I wouldn't actually kill or hurt my cat so don't anyone go getting panties in a bunch about the cat. He just got a swift smack and is for sure going without his normal tuna treats for a while.