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With respect: No Such Thing as 'Cat-Proof'
Cat resistant, yes.
A motivated cat will get into just about anything.
I had some original MG-1s for 25yrs+ with NO cat problems. Sheer Luck.
Previous owner had sprayed them with something cats didn't like. My cats over the years never looked twice. No yelling, violence, spray bottles or other 'incentives' needed. ever.
Stand by..... that will change.
I'd leave the front door open, myself.
Big cat pheramone spray. The spikey 'carpeting idea seems a good one, if enough area is dedicated to the project, and you can live with the look. 'Course, cats have small and nimble feet.... eg., feline proof, above.
... and they can jump up very very well...
Leave 'cat nip' off the shopping list!
I've come up with a new idea. I bought a large sheet of clear plastic that is sticky on one entire side. I placed the sheet under the maggies. sheet is 24x36. My cats have touched the sticky sheet once! Once is enough. They avoid it like the plague!! Stay tuned as I'm still not 100% sold on any cat proofing (as mentioned by magfan).
I heard balloons.. they'll pop one... maybe two, but that's it. Stick 'em too double sided tape in a ring around the speakers.... get the long sausage type balloons.
they should be sonically neutral enough too... the balloons, not the cats.
The pheremone spray still tops my list.. as only they can smell it... and it would apear invisible.... it'd be like Claude Ranes was standing there protecting them... well, either him or Chevy Chase. Kevin Bacon would scare me off.