Moses Lake, Washington
July 31, 2017 11:11am CST
Again. Not again. Yes. I shut Mr. Beau Teak in the study so that all the goings in and out on Saturday would not help him to well, go out. And in that study is not only the cat pan and Beau Teak Siamese. There also are internet power cords. Very thin power cords. Mister got busy and that night I found what he had been up to. He'd happily chewed and chewed on the internet power cords. I posted something and then.....no internet. I went in to the study and found out why. The internet service providers are open Monday through Friday. This morning one of my errands was to visit the internet folks and ask them for a new power cord. So here I am. I really must this time around encase that cord with something. Must.
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• El Paso, Texas
31 Jul 17
Beau Teak got even with you .... maybe get some kind of tape that that tastes nasty?? I'm so lucky my babies have never chewed cords but I remember a friend of mine who had that problem but I don't know what he did to cure them from doin that.
• Daytona Beach, Florida
31 Jul 17
What a naughty kitty. Now you know that you have to be extra careful. I have a question. Once you get the new power cord it it is so thin is there a possibility to tap it up against the wall or something. Or perhaps this link can help you.
Why do cat's chew on electrical cords? Many cats do it for fun, but kittens will likely find a cord too while developing her teeth. Learn the tips on how to protect your cat from getting hurt by cords and how to protect your electrical cords from damage to