Los Angeles Museum of Natural History recommends us as one way to help save lizards from aggressive cats. They explain: They go on to recommend keeping your cat indoors, but then give CatBib a recommendation for those who rather keep their cat outdoors: Quoted from Los Angeles Museum of Natural History In another […]
CatBib In The Press
Read about the many times Catbib has been in press, media and more. Get other professionals prospective on how well our product protects wildlife, birds and lizards from being attacked by your cat.
CatBib was proudly featured in the Audubon Magazine, citing research done proving the effectiveness of CatBib and how its used to protect birds and other small animals. —Melissa Mahony Jan-Feb 2008 “Disarming Cats” Audubon Magazine
Montana State University Master of Fine Arts Science and Natural History Filmmaking students, Simon Schnieder and Ed Watkins, made a film about the CatBib. “A Bib for a Bell”. It was accepted and shown at the International Wildlife Film Festival held in Missoula, Montana in May 2006.
Sunday Mail newspaper, Adelaide, South Australia, September 1999 by David Valente An obscure American invention may prove the answer to the problem of cats killing native wildlife. Studies have shown more than four million native animals across Australia are killed each year by domestic and feral cats. But Belair cat Benny has not attacked a […]
Elinor Miller – Cape Cod Times – Nov. 26, 1999 When you read the title of this column, you probably thought it was going to be about the hawks that make frequent raids on just about everyone’s feeders, especially during the winter. Well, you are partially right; I will get to that topic, but before […]
Local bird and cat lover aims to stop furry friends from preying on feathered ones. Have you ever bought a product you wanted everybody to know about? Something that can improve the world? A regular reader of this column did, and she put me in touch with a woman and her invention for saving birds.
Mr. Bowler said he had not found any feathers of birds since buying the device recently. “It doesn’t stop her climbing, jumping and getting around, but it’s a barrier when she lifts her paws to strike,” Mr. Bowler said. “It means she has freedom during the day and I can put her out and have […]
“To preserve the bird population, Simon the Diamon always wears a Cat “bib” that attaches to his collar and breaks his striking stride, but otherwise does not interfere with his movement. Occasionally, he wears it like a cape as he plays “SuperCat.”
A wildlife column by Rich Landers The Spokesman Review July 16, 2006 With a new hatch of young birds bringing song to our yards, it’s worth pointing out, once again, that in the United States alone, cats kill a million or more wild birds EVERY DAY. “Not my Kitty!” you say. Yeah, sure. If […]
A veterinary advice column by: Dr. Jeff Nichol Albuquerque Journal Monday, October 2, 2006 Dr. Jeff Nichol on ways to reduce inter-cat aggression: “Cats are not like the rest of us. While their groups have hierarchies, most have little need to hang with their homies. The indoor cat has other instinctive requirements like hunting, stalking […]
Valley Reporter Roleystone, Western Australia January 20, 2007 “In view of the latest controversy surrounding cats and the amount of native fauna they maim and kill it may be worth considering products that help give cats away when they are hunting. One of the tools that may be used is a “CatBib”. CatBibs are […]
Roleystone Courier Roleystone, Western Australia February 2007 An online American company has made available a product that may be effective in stopping or limiting the hunting of native fauna by cats. The company refers to a study undertaken with the CatBib at Murdoch University, and the summary results appear below. “In an attempt to […]