I thought I'd seen everything, but this weekend my cable got chewed up by an animal of some sort. I have a rural property that I go to on the weekends, and I plug in all night to a trickle charge. When I was packing up my cable yesterday, look what I found. The picture shows some of the worst part of the cable where it went right through to hitting the white insides, but it is literally the whole cable that has these bites now. Seems kind of dangerous, and I'm pretty surprise that an animal would do something like this to a black rubber cable. It feels like the same kind of rubber as car tires, but I've never heard on an animal eating car tires! Any suggestions on what this could be, or what I should do in the future (other than maybe keeping the cable off the ground)? Our place is in Prince Edward County, so it's not like we are talking about the northern wilderness. This could literally have just been bunnies doing this.