I'm sure this has been discussed a thousand times, but here goes My neighbours all have cats which they're happy to let crap and pee all over my garden and trash my plants. The cretinous felines are very fond, in particular, of running through the garden at the base of the boundary wall and while there's a hedge planted there, there is space underneath and behind it. Have any of you had success with planting that has made cats very, very unhappy? The base of the wall is south facing, partly shaded (by the hedge) with neutral soil. The hedge is formed of fastigiate elders so what I'd really like is something small (under 50cm) and evergreen. Roll on the day when cats are legally classed as pets, not property, and owners can be held responsible!