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    Oh great. Now how am I supposed to measure the current?

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    1. LeoNewman 86 months ago | reply

      You could always purchase another multimeter. If you keep them far enough apart from each other, only one could be used for a pillow at a time. =]

    2. Caro's Lines 86 months ago | reply

      Hilarious!

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    3. oskay 86 months ago | reply

      Leo-- we'd need three multimeters; there are two cats.

    4. "<Matte>" 85 months ago | reply

      ahahaha very nice!

    5. Colin Purrington 84 months ago | reply

      I've been wanting to make an activity meter for my cats, to examine the pace of their not very fast paced lives. Have you folks ever done anything like that? Some wireless transmitter hooked up with a motion sensor on a collar?

    6. oskay 84 months ago | reply

      I've seen a cat cam, but not a more advanced activity monitor. I expect that the output would show 20 hours of sleep and four hours of eating, though.

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