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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (aprilh @ June 06 2005,6:09)]I wish I could teach the cats 1) not to chew my plants, and 2) to change their own litterboxes.....
    i have somewhat sucessfully trained one out of three to use the toliet. he prefers the litter still, but every little bit counts right?
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    I bet my dog would be afraid of the lawn mower but we don't let him out when I'm mowing the grass. Although he did attack the lawn man on his chariot lawn mower the other day. He did not really attack but barked then saw the machine comeing towards him and took off down the street. I had to run after him for quite a while until I could catch him.

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    Hot sauce works great for cats I have to wipe down all cords. xbox/ps2/lights/cable/phone everything so they will stop chewin. I reapply every few months.
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    My sister's indoor pet rabbit likes to chew on a few things, so I took a paintbrush and painted tabasco on the baby gate that he chews on, and he just licked it all off. He actually enjoyed it...

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    We use lemon on the electrical cords here...works like a charm for about a month, then you have to re-apply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (fudog @ June 08 2005,1:05)]Hot sauce works great for cats I have to wipe down all cords. xbox/ps2/lights/cable/phone everything so they will stop chewin. I reapply every few months.
    I'm all for hot sauce on cats. But you gotta slow-cook 'em all day long to get the gamey taste out. Applewood works best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]We use lemon on the electrical cords here...
    now there's a problem i have yet to conqure. lemon juice you say? i'll give that one a try.
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    Yeah, cats don't like citrus...so you could use limes or oranges, too. Rabbits don't like citrus, either, or so I am told.
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