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    I would like to put a bird table in the garden as an ongoing activity but I was wondering if it would be a health issue (bird poo)? I also have a cat so would I be giving her her own fast food takeaway?
    Why hasn't Gary Barlow come to my rescue yet?

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    How about just doing the food balls for birds and hanging high up around the sides where kids can still see them

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    We have bird feeders hanging up in the garden, five or six of them at a time. We also have a cat who is a very keen hunter (he has brought home big crows and a couple of squirrels in his time!).

    There aren't any droppings around the feeders, and the cat hasn't bothered with the birds in the garden - he seems to prefer to hunt elsewhere.
    Apologies for the random full stops. Phone buttons too small, thumbs too big.



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