The title of the question sounds absurd but my question is serious. A 27" iMac stands on a 10 cm / 4" high wooden bench on the desk in my home office. We have two young cats that perform all kinds of shenanigans. For example, they hunt flies, spiders and other insects that walk on the walls and, when they are within reach, they jump to catch them, often using any object as a platform and ignoring where they will land. Since I want to avoid that one of them tips over the iMac and destroys it (e.g. by shattering the display), I am curious to hear your (serious) suggestions to avoid that. My only idea so far is to install a flat, rectangular bracket on the wooden bench that allows me to tug in the iMacs "foot". But even then, the cats could still tip over the iMac together with the wooden bench (albeit not so easily). PS: Keeping the cats out of my home office is no option. Also, I don't want to buy an iMac with VESA mount.