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Feline collar / alarm clock

let the cat wake you up, not the radio
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I have an alarm clock. I have a cat. Usually, the cat wakes me up before the alarm clock, because it wants to be fed. In fact, the cat does a better job at waking me than the alarm, because I have a drowsy habit of hitting "Snooze" too many times. Whereas when I hit the cat, it comes back and bites my toes.

If I need to be up at a certain time in the morning, why not get an alarm-controlled collar for my cat? Wake up the cat, and it's a better guarantee that I'll get up too.

gonzola, Sep 02 2003

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       Give kitty a good zap with [rufio]'s "Wrist watch 'shock' alarm"!
jivetalkinrobot, Sep 02 2003
  

       Obligatory watch-dog comment. As you were.
RayfordSteele, Sep 03 2003
  

       I want a snooze-button on the cat......
normzone, Dec 22 2003
  

       The cats don't wake me up because I'm not the one who feeds them. But I can see how having to hunt Tootsie down and probably drag her out from under the bed in order to stop the damn beeping would wake me up.
Tabbyclaw, Jun 02 2004
  

       I saw this at an anime convention. The only difference is that it was meant for catgirls. Stil, you could adapt it for use on smaller felines.
Shadow Phoenix, Feb 28 2008
  
      
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