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We have some pet rabbits that are partial to electric insulation. They have nibbled through audio and video cables, and chewed the insulation on power cables.

To preserver a laptop power cord, and for that matter to stop the rabbits being electrocuted, I made a rabbit-proof extension cord.
In Canada flexible armoured conduit is required for wiring up lights etc. in an air plenum, so it is readily available.
It is only single-strand cable, but the covering keeps the bending radius large so it's not a serious issue. I fitted a regular 110V cord-end plug and socket, and clip the socket end to a tabletop so that the unprotected cord does not fall to the floor.
Lol. In the picture of ur rabbit, looks like a demon. But cute.
Great! My laptop was 7 years old. I had to buy a new cord for $25 :( then 6 months later I got a new laptop. But we love our Bunny...that is the only thing he has chewed!
I think you just figured out how I can armor my grill's propane hose! The bunnies or squirrels or mice or something seems to enjoy chewing holes in it. A large enough diameter piece of this to slip the tube through, crimp on the end of the hose, slide the stuff over the crimp. It'll leave a small unprotected gap at the top, but that's OK, down by the tank is where they always perforate it.
I see dinner lol jk

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