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Protecting wild birds from happy cats.

Based on 773 reviews
The collar has been very effective

This is Alice patiently waiting for me to open the door. The collar has been very effective in preventing her from getting birds.

My cat, Fish

Here are some photos of my cat, Fish, wearing his Birdsbesafe collar! 😀 He is on Instagram at @fish_the_kat and we'll be happy to share if you tag him if you post something there!

Tribal Stripes Birdsbesafe ® Collar Cover
Cynthia E.
We LOVE the collars!!!!!

Here are a few photos of Loki in his collar. I can't find photos of him outside wearing his collars - tho' of course he does and that's why we purchase Birds Be Safe collars!!

We LOVE the collars!!!!!

Since wearing the collars, he has only caught two birds in two or three years - can't remember when we first got the collars.

He does lose them time to time - and also I have found them in the yard, lol. I throw them in the wash and air dry - they come out great!

I love changing the collars for the season.

If you had a seasonal pack - maybe set of four - I bet it would sell well!

I'm happy to provide a testimonial. WE LOVE OUR COLLARS! And I tell everyone about them!!

FYI, we have a second cat - she is a wanderer and wears a tracker - it's been too hard to do both birdsbesafe collar and tracker -- plus she isn't a hunter like Loki. We had a third cat who passed. I wish I'd known about the collar sooner bec she was a very skilled hunter. She wore her collar in last season of life.

We are animal lovers - birds, cats, bees, etc.! My yard is planted with many CA natives and I do what I can to support wildlife. Also, impossible to keep cats inside bec laundry room is outside and other complexities.

Works well, but would prefer organic &fair-traded cotton, or recycled ♻️

Our cat unfortunately is a great bird-hunter.. BUT it seem that your collar cover is working very well. We never find dead birds in the garden anymore - which I assume is a good sign ❤️ The downside is that the collar fabric ain´t (as we know) either organic, fairtrade og recycled. We would encourage you to use organic and fair-trade alternative. Preferably recycled if that would be possible 🫶🏼 This will also help birds and people struggling with loss of habitats and environmental issues caused by conventional cotton-production.

Red Ruby Birdsbesafe ® Collar Cover
Jennifer S.
It works!

Our cat was averaging 1-2 birds a week, until we got this thing. It didn’t immediately stop, but her accuracy waned until she basically gave up. She doesn’t seem to mind it, but we put it on every morning and take it off at night. It has gotten caught once or twice on a busy but it’s easy to locate.

Geodelic Birdsbesafe ® Collar Cover
Birds be safe Collar

I love the collar, and with the help of loud bells I’m hoping the birds are going to see and hear the cat before he sees the birds. The cat has no issues with wearing the collar, and he can also groom with it on. I’m definitely going to order another to have as backup.

Tribal Stripes Birdsbesafe ® Collar Cover
Liking it so far.

When I adopted 2 kittens this gal decided she’d become an outdoor cat. She wears a loud bell on her collar but I wanted to be sure she’d not be a bird killer. She has no problem wearing this and I think it’s cute. Hopefully come Spring the birds will all be safe.

Reduced hunting success!

My black cat is a great hunter. He has brought in birds,mice and even a bunny! After the bunny incident I knew I had to do something. I started buying these three years ago. They are pretty,durable,washable, my cat doesn't mind them and they make him easy to see. Birds see colors, so now they can see him coming. They are trimmed with reflective material too.This has reduced his bird kill from 2 or3 a week to or 1 or 2a month.

Proud members

Our Walter and Mollie are proud to be members of the BirdsBeSafe community!

Puzzle Birdsbesafe ® Collar Cover
Kabita S. (San Francisco, US)
Cat loves to wear her collar

Our cat, Belle, is a great hunter. At first, we celebrated her prowess and were tolerant of her supplementing her diet with mice, gophers and rats. However, when she started bringing home hummingbirds, we had a problem. She liked to bring the hapless beauties into the house and let them fly around for sport. Once caught, feathers, poo and body parts were scattered throughout our home. My husband found the collar online and we gave it a try. She seemed to tolerate it okay and true t advertising, it seemed to give the birds enough warning that our peaceful home was restored.

Belle is an unusually well behaved cat. She naturally knows that she is welcome on the floor, her cat perch, our laps and the bed. One day, we noticed the collar needed a bit of cleaning, so we popped it in the wash and left it on the counter to dry. Later in the day, Belle found the collar and brought it to where I was sitting and mewed . Though we never saw her in the counter before, she had retrieved the collar from the counter and brought it to me. It really seems she wanted me to put it on. Since then, it happens every time we remove the collar and leave it on the counter. It seems Belle not only tolerates the collar, but loves it!

Cat clown collar

My cat hates this, but I hate bird murder worse. We have a lifted deck with no exit so cats can enjoy fresh air. One catches birds mid air. This seems to be helping so far.

Poster girl

KJ could be your poster girl!! (Can I send you a photo?) She's an athletic, feral cat who goes after pretty much anything that moves, and your collar cover has cut way down on her bird captures. She's also a sweet companion who enjoys her social life with humans, and she seems quite proud of her Birdsbesafe collar, which she wears part time.

Work great!

My cats haven't caught any birds since using these! And they leave them on!

Rainbow Stripes Birdsbesafe® Collar Cover
Jeffrey V.

Gotta love a Portland Maine ceramacist's rendition of our 18 year old Siamese, Mischief. Thank you Robin Carlson.

Seems to work!

I did not expect my cat to leave this collar on for more than an hour, but it’s been over a week now that he’s managed to not lose it or get it off… and no more dead birds!!! I’m so relieved about that. It’s beautiful and makes me giggle to see him in it.

Tribal Stripes Birdsbesafe ® Collar Cover
It works!

It was heartbreaking finding bird parts around my property almost every day. So I tried a bell collar. That didn’t work then I read more about how birds use site to escape predators. I found this product on Amazon and thought I’d take a chance. So glad I did. It’s been two weeks since I put the collar on my kitty and not one bird has lost its life since. I’ll be purchasing this collar for my indoor outdoor kitty for the foreseeable future.

Geodelic Birdsbesafe ® Collar Cover
Katie D. (Seattle, US)
It works!

Our 1 year old cat brought 3 dead birds to our door in a week, and I was heartbroken. We did some research and decided on the birdbesafe collars. She’s been out 4 days since she’s been wearing them, and we haven’t seen another dead bird. She doesn’t seem to mind the collar if it means she’s going outside, and she looks ridiculously cute!

Bird watcher

Alfie is now the cutest bird watcher on the block. He took to the collar cover right away and settled in to watch the birds at the feeder. When he gets up, the birds see him and fly off. The best!

Holiday Cheer Birdsbesafe® Collar Cover
Manon C.


Rainbow Stripes Birdsbesafe® Collar Cover
Valerie R.

Here's my Benji with his BBS collar. It works!

Rainbow Stripes Birdsbesafe® Collar Cover
Philip S.
Maisie in the jungle in Penticton, British Columbia.

She's a cutie (who was a shockingly good birder before we got the collar).

Mango and his collar

Tribal Stripes Birdsbesafe ® Collar Cover
Kindle C.
Birds Safe, Lizards Notsomuch

My little house panther has been wearing this for a couple weeks now and so far no bird casualties. He is not bothered at all by the collar. The first day he tried to escape it by running from it. But alas his attempts were futile, since, well it’s attached to him. Not the brightest crayon in the box I guess. He is now the house jester and does a jig!