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Old February 20th, 2013, 12:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Longblades View Post
We are already using vibrations and she can still hear a bit so we can yell. But neither of these is fun in the middle of the night when we're trying to sleep.

YES, SHE HOWLS LOUDER THAN A CAT THAT CAN HEAR. But not always, sometimes she mutters to herself. We are sure there is a certain amount of dementia as well.

I googled some more last night and there is a vibrating anti-bark collar device for dogs that some have put under the cat's bed (too big for cats) and it activates with barking. So I wonder if a dog e-collar that vibrates, with remote, might help us at night.

I'm also going to look at the DAP diffusers used for dogs. I guess I need a CAP diffuser.


Sigh, we actually have two deaf cats with deaf cat howl. But the other one howls much less frequently and not at night.


Get a hearing aid for her! Joking! Gee this is a tough one , if your cat enjoys feeling vibrations, I wonder if a vibrating anti-bark collar device would stop her from howling . Would she still howl if she slept in your bedroom at night?
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