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CatBib... Have you SEEN this?!

post #1 of 20
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The CatBib



"It gently interferes with your cat's keen hunting skills....Cats can run, jump, climb trees, eat, drink, and be merry in their CatBibs. The only thing they can't do is kill birds!"

This has to be the silliest thing I've seen in years! Does anyone know about this thing? Do you think it would work? I know I've seen some people on here looking for a solution to their cat killing birds...
post #2 of 20
Who on earth came up with that? I would wonder if it would have any potential to be dangerous for the cat wear. Those poor cats must feel ridiculous!
post #3 of 20
What on Earth will they come up with next?
post #4 of 20
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Originally Posted by dawnofsierra
Who on earth came up with that? I would wonder if it would have any potential to be dangerous for the cat wear. Those poor cats must feel ridiculous!
It claims to interfere ONLY with the cat's bird-catching abilities. I'd also be worried about his "defending himself from the neighbour's dog" abilities!
post #5 of 20
I want to know what sort of tranqualizer those cats were on to let that be put on them? My cat's wouldn't stand for it & frankly Jordan would probably kill me in my sleep if I did that to him. However, since my babies are not allowed outside they do not have to worry about needing one of those goofy things. I also have to say that I would think they would interfere with a lot of what a cat does & be very likely to get stuck on things.
post #6 of 20
what the?? this has got the be one of the silliest things I have seen in a while, my cats would hate me if I were to put one on them. The sad thing, this person is probably getting rich of this stupid thing.
post #7 of 20
Here's an idea- keep the cat inside! As Rang suggests... It looks like it couldn't eat, drink, sleep, or be merry. And what does she mean by the big plastic pallet is there instead? Because it looks like all it does is jab your cat in the throat if it attacks something.
post #8 of 20
What if your cat does not or is not used to wearing collars (like mine)? Cat bib would be useless. It does looks silly.
post #9 of 20
apparently the line between cat and child has become more than a little blurred.
post #10 of 20
Man, I would be in a world of hurt if I tried to put one of those things on Emma! And Oliver would just look at me like "Are you crazy? and then slink off into the corner and try to take it off...

Here's a way to keep your cat from killing birds: KEEP THEM INSIDE! D'oh!
post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by OllyExtra05
Man, I would be in a world of hurt if I tried to put one of those things on Emma! And Oliver would just look at me like "Are you crazy? and then slink off into the corner and try to take it off...

Here's a way to keep your cat from killing birds: KEEP THEM INSIDE! D'oh!

TRULY.
My cats would also get soo depressed. Sam doesn't even like wearing a collar!
post #12 of 20
I don't like the look of those at all
post #13 of 20
My furries would team up to get them off and do away with them. I would find little pieces, probably in my shoes.
post #14 of 20
Somebody did too many drugs in the 60's One of the people who "bought" it wrote in 2002. How come we have never seen one???
post #15 of 20
Do you have any idea what my cat would do to me if I put that thing on her? No good would come of it. I understand people wanting to feed wild birds and be able to look at them from their kitchen tables, but come on. They are natural prey. Besides, I don't about you guys, but my cat has been attacked by birds before. They actually dive bomb her when she's allowed outside. She would kill me slowly in my sleep if I put that thing on her. Besides, it doesn't look like she'd be able to defend herself from the dog.
post #16 of 20
How ridiculous!! What will people think of next?? My cats dont like collars, let alone something BIG and bulky like that....geesh! Keep cats indoors, as already posted! I like birds and stuff, but really~thats going over board.
post #17 of 20
you know they are thinking of revenge. Look at their eyes *lol*
post #18 of 20
Lol, this thing is really funny, but would probably prevent them from catching mice as well, and whats the point of that ?

Cats are unlikely to catch a healthy bird in the first place and if you are worried about young birds in spring, either keep the cat in during the day or put a bell on the collar..... no need for this sillyness.
post #19 of 20
Hi!
I can honestly say as both a mother of 5 kitties and 2 birds I think that that has to be the stupidest thing I think I have ever seen. I recently saw the bib in a magazine and probably spent the next 5 minutes laughing hysterically. I would have to see it in action but I am pretty sure that if a cat wanted to kill a bird bad enough that a stupid thing like the bib would not stop him. If anyone has tried the bib please let me know as I am sure that my 2 lovebirds would enjoy more time out of their cage if they had a safe way of doing so.
post #20 of 20
Now I've seen everything.
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