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RE: [IP] Cat and tube problems

It could be bitter apple.  My cats also like to play with the tubing.
Especially when it moves.  But they haven't tried to bite it and I don't
think they could puncture it anyway.


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> From: 	Michael[SMTP:email @ redacted]
> Sent: 	Friday, January 22, 1999 3:02 AM
> To: 	email @ redacted
> Subject: 	[IP] Cat and tube problems
> > Any idea how to break a cat from chewing tubing?
> > My cat is 11 years old and very bossy.
> Yes, there is some stuff you can smear on the tube that the cat won't 
> like. Unfortunately, I can remember what it is.  There is a similar 
> preparation available to smear on toddlers thumbs that keep them from 
> sucking them. I tastes bad -- some pharmacies carry it over the 
> counter.
> Ask the vet about this.
> Michael
> email @ redacted
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