Monday, March 5, 2012
Posted by Hooch Tan in "Digital Home News" @ 03:00 PM
Understanding cats' crazy minds as best we can—especially that they don't like sudden, loud noises and sticky stuff on their paws—can help develop a plan of action. Of the several suggested approaches, including setting up motion-detection alarms and setting traps that startle cats when they get near your gear (like the DIY blender defender or simpler tin cans with coins), the two-sided tape strategy method looks easiest
Tech is vulnerable to all manner of things. Water, power surges, gravity and blunt force trauma can all have an adverse affect on your precious toys. Cats, too, can prove to be a deadly force of nature, from chewing cables to furring up your fans to sitting on your keyboard and looking at you with eyes that tell you that the cat is NOT to be disturbed. Fortunately, not all is lost, as there are ways of making sure that your cats do not end up spend more time with your tech than you do.