We have a cat problem. And who better to ask for advice than the feline fanatics of Offbeat Home?
We have a pair of one-year-old, neutered, male kittens. They are amazing cats — friendly, cuddly, and affectionate. They’re practically perfect except for one giant problem: They chew cords.
After losing two pairs of speakers and numerous phone chargers, we started locking them on the non-computer, non-bedroom side of the house at night (as they only seemed to chew them when everyone was in bed). For months, this has seemed sufficient. However, we recently discovered my husband’s phone charger chewed through, and forensics puts the time of death somewhere during the two hours before their dinner time. This is the first time they’ve had the audacity to commit this crime while we were all up and about.
Any suggestions on how to break our cats of this cord-chewing habit once and for all?
What are yours, Offbeat Homies? Share your anti-cord-chewing knowledge!