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Small CatBib All Colors
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Small CatBib

5 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$10.95

The Small sized CatBib is intended for the less aggressive bird killing cats.  It’s not the size of the cat.

It is designed with easy care in mind. It’s made of thin neoprene, backed on both sides with nylon. The material keeps it’s shape, is durable and color fast. It never gets sopping wet. If it gets dirty, just wipe it off with a damp cloth or throw it in the washing machine. Hang to dry.

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Product Description

The Small CatBib is attached to the cat’s collar and hangs loosely over the cat’s chest. It works by gently interfering with the precise timing, and coordination a cat needs for successful bird catching. A simple principle of coming between the cat and the bird just at the last moment. It defeats all the cat’s stealth and cunning at exactly the moment it’s needed. It doesn’t interfere with any of your cat’s other activities. The CatBib ONLY affects your cat’s ability to catch birds. A cat wearing a CatBib can run, jump, climb trees, eat, sleep, scratch and groom.

If you want to prevent your cat from catching birds, use the CatBib. It’s part of being a responsible pet owner to control your pet and to love it dearly.

Care: The CatBib was designed with easy care in mind. It’s made of thin neoprene, backed on both sides with nylon. The material keeps it’s shape, is durable and color fast. It never gets sopping wet. If it gets dirty, just wipe it off with a damp cloth or throw it in the washing machine. Hang to dry.

Product Variations

Color

Purrple, Royal Blue, True Blue, Turquoise

3 reviews for Small CatBib

  1. 5 out of 5

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    So, I have 2 cats, one is a pretty aggressive hunter (Spot) so he gets the full Big bib treatment, but our other one, a whackjob named FourBye, is much more timid. FourBye gets the smaller Bib and it works great. FourBye does not appreciate the Bib but he DOES appreciate being able to go outside, so he will tolerate this bib as his ticket to the great outdoors. It helps that I tell him how handsome he looks when I put it on him. Cats are suckers for flattery.
    I see that a customer’s cat lost their bib the first day 🙁 I too have had misplaced bibs, but thankfully my neighbors are all on the alert and return them to me when they find one. I have 4 bibs and so far, they kind of rotate into a lost/found situation. I have yet to lose one permanently, although I imagine that if the cats can find a way to bribe someone to make that happen, they will. This is a great idea, and bird lovers everywhere will thank you for bibbing your cat if you let the cat outdoors.
    Plus, you may make new friends, cause when people walk by and see a bibbed cat, they for sure will ask you questions 🙂

  2. 5 out of 5

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    This is a testimonial to the virtues of the 2 cat bibs that we have owned for the past 6 years. We live in a mountain community were there are several pine siskins, chickadees, and juncos…many of them ground feeders.
    We put out our bird feeders all year round and since we have bought the cat bibs the older cat has caught no birds and actually seems to be so habituated to failure that we think we have him mostly cured of hunting birds!
    Our younger orange tiger is an avid hunter and spends his summer and winter days often beneath the feeder trying over and over and over again. He is not worn out yet, but he has had no success catching birds. Our photos are funny and so many people in our small town ask us what is on our cat so we spread the word as much as possible. Being a bird lover and watcher, the only reason we got the 2nd cat is because I was convinced that the bib was effective and that the cats would not be bringing us dead birds. Thank you for such and outstanding, helpful and environmentally important invention

  3. 5 out of 5

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    I adopted CAT from the local animal shelter and I installed a cat door to allow her to to come inside the house, and go out, at her own free will. She soon started bringing her trophies inside, and not always dead. It didn’t take long for her to start bringing in chipmunks, birds, and once, a flying squirrel, still able to ‘fly’.

    The only solution was to keep her inside all the time. That drove her crazy.
    While searching the web, I came across the CatBib. I was skeptical but desperate, so I ordered one. It worked fantastic. As long as I was able to put the Bib onto her before she got out, she could not catch anything. She would stalk and pounce, but she could never get quite close enough to catch her prey. If she got out without the Bib, most of the time there would be a “present” waiting for me.

    A few weeks ago the original Bib got lost, my fault. I was so impressed with the first Bib, that I ordered two more. It took a few days for the replacements to come from Catgoods. During that time Cat was getting back her old skills. Two birds, two mice and one chipmunk and possibly more that I never found. The new Bib is on her now, and she is getting frustrated again.

    This is a great product!

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