Good idea though, it would have to be a catch me bib because our cat is a messy eater. Our cat also has three bells, he really does not catch birds although the other day I caught him chewing a giant bumble bee, lucky it didn't sting his tongue!
I actually think cat haters would rather see a nappy. Or perhaps they would say “don’t let them out.” You know you can’t win when you have a free roaming cat.
louise200 wrote:Hi all, I haven't read the entire topic but some interesting posts to date
It can be distressing for people to witness baby birds being caught by a cat, my opinion is that unfortunately this is nature, but I hate seeing it too. http://www.rspb.org.uk/advice/gardening ... clines.asp
As a cat owner do try and stop my cat from doing it.
I wondered if anyone else had tried the cat bib? http://www.catgoods.com/bigcatbib.html
I got one of the triangular ones for my Bengal cross and it worked for a while, until I saw him running across the garden with it round the wrong way, wearing it like a cape. Absolutely hilarious
He's also got 3 bells, sounds like a morris dancer.
I suggested to a neighbour (who mentioned he never goes into his garden anyway, which was good as he's got a carp pond) that I would buy him a super soaker and fill it with lemony water if he did and he liked that idea.