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Re: [IP] new pumps and cats

Deborah wrote:
> We have two cats (19 and 7 in human years) and they have never bitten Eve's
> tubing. Come to think of it, when they see her coming  they often turn and
> run away. Just kidding! We haven't have any trouble with the cats.

I have a cat that I got just about the same time as I got my pump -- she
was about 8 weeks old, and wanted to chew on everything in sight! I
really had to be careful to keep the tubing away from her.

As she's gotten older, she doesn't go after it nearly as much, but still
has her moments!

And I never let her sleep under my covers!

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