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RE: Bad Kitty!
I really dont think that CPAP equipment is very nutritious for cats, perhaps a change of diet would be helpful (Unlike my comment  Oh-jeez )
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RE: Bad Kitty!
Aw. Some meanies here. No corporeal punishment!

My cat found biting on my hose a very effective way to wake me up. I duct taped a lot of hole until eventually i got a new one and a hose cover. She also went for the little hose between the cushion and the heated hose. I crochet ed a round tube to cover it and used elastics to keep it in place.

Since we have been quarantined she has become more aggressive about waking us up and about eating our food. She sat on my husband's face this morning. He got up, so now she has learned how to wake him. I wonder if she thinks she's the alpha now.

Can you give your cat more food?

If you can't crochet, any piece of light material loosely wrapped around the hose can be held in place with elastics. It might help.
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A well-behaved cat, is a happy cat.  Bigwink
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