Here's a few photos of my cat Xubi in his burgundy cat bib. It has almost completely stopped his hunting habits. But as you can see, it does not hinder his top-of-the-fence cruising at all. He is quite a character. We tell him all the time that this is what stylin' cat warriors are wearing these days. He is just about 1 year old, and when I first took him in 7 months ago, his hunting habit was voracious. I actually maintain my backyard as a bird sanctuary, and it was beginning to look like Xubi might have to go to another home. Thank goodness we found CatBib!
Lindsay - Santa Rosa, CA - May 15, 2007
Summit was very happy living up here on the Hillside (2000 feet, hence his name), in Anchorage Alaska, until the neighbors complained about the fact that he was preying on their "bird feeder" daily. So,having sensitive and inclusive minded parents, his mom and dad found the answer to Summit's weaknesses. The CAT BIB! Now that Summit has become accustomed to his bib, he is known in the neighborhood as "Jack Nicklson" the evil one. Here is proof, the cat bib really works, and doesn't stop your cat from doing his daily prowling, such as walking the fence, harassing the neighbors and generally looking very "Jack" like.
Vicki - Anchorage, Alaska - May 15, 2007
Attached is a picture of Smokey wearing his CatBib and grooming himself. He is a neutered male that we think didn't take all the way!! He keeps other cats out of HIS yard and I have seen him chase off dogs!! He played havoc with the birds. He has had his CatBib about a month and he can still groom himself, but he can't catch a bird!!! It works great!
Mike - Lenoir, North Carolina - May 13, 2007
Hi, Thank you so much for inventing this...
our gorgeous cat Daikin could bring home up to three parrots a week and it was horrible, we had tried everything and were thinking of taking him to the rspca he was that bad, the parrots he mainly picked on are swift parrots which are endangered were we live, he is the typical garfield of cats unless there is birds around and then he is a machine. Thankfully due to his new ourfit the cat bib he goes out still comes home dirty and tired but free of feathers and we have noticed more bird life around our property.
So thank you and Daikin thanks you. He is off death row and back in the garden.
Dawn - Bridgenorth, Tasmania - May 9, 2007
Hi! We bought a catbib after stumbling across your webpage one day. We got one for one of our cats, the avid birdcatcher Maisie. We no longer have any birds or small mammals being 'presented' to us! Maisie doesn't mind wearing the catbib at all, and has been seen on occasions to be playing with it, doing all sort of gymnastics!
Thanks again for this great design!
Lisa - Culross, Scotland - May 7, 2007
Hi Folks, We live in a semi-rural area and are frequently visited by small native birds, and it was not uncommon to find the remains of birds - as many as two or three a week! We have tried various methods to control his natural hunting instinct with no success until now! Since he has been wearing his CatBib, we have seen no more animal or bird remains. It seems to have limited his predatory habits. So thanking you on behalf of our Feathered Friends for your lifesaving invention.
Jean - Wanneroo, Western Australia - May 2, 2007
Hi! I love your product! Nickels was an avid bird catcher when he was young and I was so excited to find your product online. It's been wonderful not having to see Nickels with a dead bird. It was no problem getting him to wear it. He doesn't even notice it's on anymore. I've attached a photo of Nickels on the back deck with his Catbib on. Thanks for such a great product!
Kristi and Nickels - Billerica, MA - April 23, 2007
This one CatBib has been saving birds for two years!