Just a thought, we k ow of Al’s bunny mayhem, this is rather smaller-scale, but something’s been at my “yogurt pot external crossovers” on the science project speakers.
Question is, what?
No other evidence.
Looks a bit small for mouse, maybe woodlouse? Very common in this neck of the woods.
If we’re sharing stories of gear being ,ahem, messed with I’ve got a good one. Many years ago, I noticed a wet streak of something or other on the grill of my subwoofer. Whatever it was, it sure wasn’t because I had been a clumsy oaf with a glass of water or some other disaster like that. Never did track down the source, but we had several cats in the house then. My assumption is one of the felines ‘marked’ my subwoofer as its territory. Harrumph! Replaced the grill, but the door to the room was always closed after that to stop a furry intruder from marking my rig as territory again. Sounds like somebody needs to protect his gear with rat traps.
I thought you were going to say a large slug, another delight of every single garden I have ever lived near.
Dogs and cats spraying is a grim thing, we were very lucky with all ours over the years, they never resorted to doing it in the house
I lived with a lovely friend of mine for a few years, she had 3 bunnies that lived in the house and roamed free. They were lovely little things BUT I had a beautiful sheepskin coat that I had sitting on the back of the chair, when I came down to get it, they’d chewed a hole right through it! I was absolutely gutted!
Could be a moth, there are many many of them this year, and a lot of them seem to have taken up residence in this room (no flue/ventilation in this room so the “French windows” are always a bit ajar).
Moths are hot for cellulose too