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Unread 11-17-2008   #1 (permalink)
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Help! Our cat chews on electrical cords. Was doing some web searching for help. Found (Pet Agree Device) has anyone tried this, does it work....
Any suggestions for breaking the habit.....
 
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Hi & welcome!

Yes, it happened with some of my kits when they were very young but after sometime it ended.
I put a plastic protector that still is there...

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I was told to use a citrus spray on cords. They hate citrus so spray it on cords with lemon juice or something like that.
 
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Oh, yes. I think it is a very good idea, try it & inform us what happened pls
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I was told to use a citrus spray on cords. They hate citrus so spray it on cords with lemon juice or something like that.
I agree, that's the best way to do.
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The plastic protector works also.
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The citrus sounds like a good fix. Do you also provide cat toys for your cat to keep its attention away from the cords?
 
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I learn more in this conversation...sometime my baby chew chords but not habitual...it makes me worried because chewing electrical chords is dangerous in his part...so citrus spray is one of the choice to prevent it...I will try this one...
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