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As an aside, I did notice once or twice that CutCat had fallen off the shelf against something and thus had been wide awake for awhile (never more than maybe 20 minutes). Could that have done something?
The light works like it is supposed to, blinks asleep and is solid when I wake it up, but nothing happens when I try to scan. And I'm positive that I'm using it the same way I did before. I even tried using books I'd already scanned to be sure that it was a good barcode. Its starting drive me nuts since I bring new books in just about every week!
Declawing really isn't hard - scary, especially when the knife slips and you nick a different leg, but unless you manage to cut through the wrong leg (not an easy error to make), it won't go wrong. And the Cat becomes much more useful that way - I scan lots of things (food, mostly - I've got a kitchen inventory going). I really recommend the declawing. Particularly if the Cat is not going to work as is. Good luck!
I declawed (and neutered) the new cat (CueCat) in all of five minutes and I rarely need to scan a barcode more than once anymore. I used a pair of fingernail scissors, and followed the instruction in Wikipedia.