Cats


#231

I only have experience with cheap foam :joy:
It does the job…for now.

My local shop sells these:

I hear getting fitted plugs is amazing.


#232

Dog on a cat tree to kick the thread?

Guess the keys to see the cat!


#233

Reface CP. Cat please!


#234

Wax earplugs work really well, but TOO well, I couldn’t hear my alarm. If you have someone to wake you up, I suggest the wax plugs…they shape to your ear & you hear NOTHING.

I haven’t had a good nights rest in 6 years because of my dog (I’m a light sleeper & insomniac), she’s in & out of bed all night plus I have to help her get under the covers.

BUT… I would go without sleep for the rest of my life just to keep her by my side.


#235

Well done! Yamaha Cat Please :joy:


#236


#237

Chameleon cat. :smiley_cat:


#238

I don’t see no cat


#239

lol he is pissed off


#240

housemate recently got a kitten, lovely little thing and likes to hang out with me when i’m noodling. it also likes to chew on cables and the knobs on the dt and op1, how do you deal with this?


#241

Maybe there is anti-kitty-chew paste that makes it taste bad, like Nintendo Switch carts!


#242

BTW your kitten is ridiculously, unbelievably cute.


#243

There are natural soft cat repellent sprays…


#244

yeah, good for furniture and garden plants. not sure i would want to spray it on my DT.


#245

Maybe just on buttons, or around the DT. Beware of claws on speakers too ! :scream:


#246

Best would be to draw her attention to something else. A fishing-rod-like thing with a soft ball at the end of the string can be hunted for ages and most kittens and cats love this game :wink:


#247

Maybe the ridiculously expensive deck saver covers or a stash of catnip away from the toys…
Or perhaps the kitten is well into his midi control.


#248

deck saver would work, though it would present problems when i want to use the dt.

cat only seems to want to play with these things when i am playing also.

anyway, housemate has moved to shanghai and the cat has gone to the family home.


#249

Well, after having cats for years and years what I found out is that you really can’t change a cat’s mind. It is like a zen thing: if you can’t change the cat then you should change. For instance: the cat plays with all your decorative belongings on shelves? Easy: no shelves.


#250

Ah…but you can. It just takes time a persistence.
Ive had cats since first light.

If you are will to spend the time and be repetative to the point of feeling like yer losing it…you CAN change a cats mind, and even train them to do what you want.

Out zen the cat :wink: