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BowRat
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Sep 13, 2022
That's some dangerous behavior and borderline pet-abuse use. "Google" "cat whisker vibration frequency", "cat whisker modulation: typical". In a typical scenario as represented by the A.M. and F.M. waves produced by constant output signal the A.M. waves appear to do the unexpected: mimic the input input signal more closely than that of the "blink and you could miss it" wave distance and wave height. While the phenomena is quite rare - especially considering the cat's whiskers. It has been documented that given the purrfect cat, the correct data source (and I *ahem* assume humidity and temperature contribute to the phenomena) - the common housecat can become the uncommon analog source connection to end all analog source connections. The inherent whisk is costly, and the alignment of factors rare. To protect you system, your pet and the obsessive quest to replicate "the secret chord", liberally wipe your car and audio gear with common anti-static sheets. To avoid any dangerous off-gassing, use the unscented variety of Bounce. Definitely not a time to employ the penny-wise vs. pound-foolish modality of thought. Hey! Great looking cat!
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Hemini
116
Sep 13, 2022
BowRatHey thanks for taking the time to let me know. Please notice though, it wasn’t turned on.
BowRat
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Sep 13, 2022
HeminiYou're quite welcome. Had I noticed, I could've saved myself, you and the rest of the internet 200+/- words. In all seriousness - I do believe a fluffy feline caused the early, but temporary, demise of a Citation One. Trout: "Hmmm. It's chilly - that looks warm. It IS warm. I claim this electronic box for my comfort and pleasure."
raansire7
1508
Aug 30, 2020
That kitteh looks really soft!
Gramblor
84
Jul 18, 2020
More cats with amps pics!
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