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William B is mistaken. I have two facilities with hardwired units that are not designed for batteries. Yours may be of that type. Beeping sometimes indicates the unit is dirty. Take it down and blow it out. Or rather, suck it out with a vacuum cleaner. I also have photodetector models that are more effectively cleaned with compressed air; you can achieve similar results with canned air like people use for cleaning computer keyboards. Check the manufacture date. Many smoke alarms have a sticker on them that gives a recommended replacement date. You will probably be able to find a source for a compatible model online. You may also be able to find a compatible model that has a battery backup, if your system will support it.
Have you changed the type of kitty litter you use? I notice with a different brand of litter my cat brought the litter box smell with him more. Have you tried letting him eat some wheat grass? That is good for the digestion, not sure if it would help with the gas problem though. I would also think about a different type of food. Good luck!
WELL FIRST OF ALL YOUR ROOMATE PARKED TOO CLOSE TO A HYDRANT. BY PARKING TOO CLOSE SHE COULD BE BLOCKING THE EMERGENCY VEHICALS. SECOND OF ALL DMV DOENS'T EVEN DEAL WITH THESE KIND OF THINGS. YOUR ROOMATE HAS TO GO TO THE COMPANY THAT TOWED HER CAR AWAY AND PAIN THE FINE TO GET HER CAR OUT. IF THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH THE PD AND THE TOW COMPANY THEN TAKE IT TO COURT.
all the answers i see can be correct depending on the model you have but if it is unplugged and still beeping then it must have a battery most often (in newer models) once it is unplugged a trap door can be opened and the batter replaced. where i live at least one of the alarms in a home must have a battery backup but not all of them.