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A new kitten in the house inevitably means lots of lots of electrical cords with teeth marks in them. Or does it? At the wire factory, mix in a bit of denatonium with the PVC insulation. One nibble, and the kitty will be disgusted, opting to chew on your leg instead.
Marvellous [8th of 7, Nov 13 2010]
What I thought this idea was going to be related to, before I clicked on it [notexactly, Nov 13 2018]
[calum, Nov 13 2018]
||We suggest very thin, soft insulation, no circuit breakers, and a video camera.
||The problem mentioned probably wont persist.
||I have heard that rabbits are very fond of chewing
||We have heard that humans are very fond of chewing on fried household rabbits. What goes around, comes around.
||Nintendo covers its Switch catridges with denatonium
benzoate, which I can confirm tastes really bad.
Denatonium benzoate is non toxic and is commonly used for
this purpose. Further googling suggests that you can buy
this spray to deter pets (dogs) from biting things which are
supposed to be bitten.
||Hmm, catnip-coated cables, hmmm ....
||Or for just for you, mince meat encrusted high
tension cables located within easy reach of a metal