Spray them with a water spray bottle every time they come in. Cats HATE that.But that will be a little bit mean>>>>>>true.
We have a cat who HATES wearing her collar, she has never had one as she was previously an indoor cat. It's cat nature to enjoy being outdoors though, so when she moved here she found she actually like the outdoors and I required her to have a collar. She hated it at first and still doesn't like it but I feel much safer about her going outside. If your cats wander off and get declared as lost or a stray or get picked up by the pound you'll never see them again, because the people who found them won't know your contact info. Cats (and dogs) should ALWAYS wear a collar with tags, it would also solve your pet door problem. ANSWER This might work. Worth a try. Wipe a dry towel on your cat, and then rub it on the outside of cat door.
No Magnets usually work through metal magnets often work through iron
in the early century were one of the collar wearers. People of high class would wear tight collars to show their status. Through time and the English coming to the Americas, collars were worn by presidents like George Washington. Further through time, collars lost their popularity as comfort became an issue with most men. The collars we have today are what is left of the old English collars. There may be other past countries that also used the collars in uniforms.
Magnets can attract through anything, including rubber, if they're strong enough.
Yes, magnets will attract through paper. The paper will not "block" the magnetic lines of force, or "reroute" them by "conducting" them through itself.
No, they are attracted to: Other permanent magnets Solenoids Iron Wires with current running through them
Flea collars contain a mixture of chemicals that are toxic to insects and kill fleas on contact. The chemicals spread through the coat and in some cases the bloodstream.
yes, yes they can. well depends on how thick the rubber is and how strong the magnets are
It will depend on how thick the plastic is. Plastic does not affect the magnetic fields, so if the field is big enough, it will work through the plastic.
obviously electristy when passed through an iron nail nail becomes temporary magnets
because it can
Yes, they can.
Magnets attract metal through their magnetic field. It is only attracted to Ferris metals such as Steel.
temporary magnets Incorrect, it's electromagnetic.
Motors convert electrical energy to mechanical energy through moving electric conductors through a magnetic field. Magnets can be permanent magnets or electromagnets.
Magnets make electricity by moving electrons through conductive material. This is accomplished by a variable magnetic field by either rotating a conductive wire in between magnets, or rotating magnets around a conductive wire.
Ferro-magnets, permanent magnets, temporary magnets, and electromagnets. Ferro-magnets are magnets that are magnetic at a higher temperature than room temperature. do not quote me on that. permanent magnets are magnets that are always magnets, they are the kinds you use a lot. Temporary magnets are things that are magnetic in an extrenal magnetic field. Last but not least, electromagnets. Electromagnets are coils of wire around a cobalt, nickel, or iron. When ou run electricity through the wire, the core and wire become magnetic.
Through a digital scale
yes a strong magnet can do