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Pet owners know this scene all too well: you walk into a room and find your beloved pet eating your television cord, your phone charging cord, or some other important electronic cord which should not be gnawed.
Avoid toys that have pieces that resemble the plastic on common electrical cables and cords. Cats can be a bit trickier to train, so if your cat isn't responding positively to number one or two, simply wrap trouble cords in tin foil.

In addition, when you catch your pet chewing on a cord, be sure to offer up appropriate toys after offering discipline.
Most cats will hate the texture and sound and will alter their behavior, and after a month or so of your kitty leaving the cords alone, you can remove the tin foil.
This is basic training, but disciplining when caught in the act is the most effective way to change habits.

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