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OT: Cat bib stops cats from killing birds ...

Posted by roselee z8 SW Texas (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 18, 14 at 15:48

When googling how to keep cats from killing birds for a friend I came across the site below. If this is of interest to you check it out. There are 200 positive reviews and research is cited.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cat bib ... sounds good!


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RE: OT: Cat bib stops cats from killing birds ...

It does sound good! Probably annoys the cat and distracts them from hunting. Maybe even makes it hard for them to get into the 'stalking' crouch. I have a cat who gets really inventive about sneaking out when I'm trying to keep him inside.


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Don't tell me those cats are happy about this! Look at their faces. Says it all. LOL


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I'd love to have those for the strays in my yard. If I could only catch them!


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lynnmarie I know what you mean. The ones I'd like to bib I cannot get near. An aside. I had a dog that loved to bark. Put a no bark collar on him that sprayed citronella. It made him sad....very sad for a while. Then he figured out how to bark and jump backward. Thanks for that memory.....c


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RE: OT: Cat bib stops cats from killing birds ...

If I could only catch them!


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Cynthia, your story made me laugh out loud.


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RE: OT: Cat bib stops cats from killing birds ...

Made me and my husband laugh too. It is the best animal story since my sister told me about her money grubbing cat who keeps her horde of coins on the foot of their bed . She Won't let the male cat close to her money and gets pissed when my sister and hubby do "the deed" and the coins get tossed around.


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