Ursula’s Fisher & Paykel refrigerator review

Cat sitting beside refrigerator and thinking "4 stars".

Ursula’s Fisher & Paykel refrigerator review

Fridges in general meet with Ursula’s approval, even this old model. They are the source of many good things. Hence my Fisher & Paykel refrigerator review is 4/5: not bad. One improvement that Ursula has been advocating for years is a feline-friendly door handle. Accessibility fail.

12 thoughts on “Ursula’s Fisher & Paykel refrigerator review

  1. Sadje says:

    Fair enough!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Modification that for some reason is left off: a rope handle that works in a cooperative dog’s jaws?

    1. Hmm WP is messing around again? It took 3 tries to get that comment to take….must be a plot by fridge protection group? HAHA

      1. Rachel McAlpine says:

        It’s the pixies. As usual.

    2. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Don’t show Ursula

  3. That Ursula is one sharp kitty! 🙂

  4. alison41 says:

    I have to say: for once, the trusty Ursula is off target. Whilst I am not familiar with NZ cat food, I had the impression she was fed wet tinned food? so surely we are more interested in a cat-friendly tin opener? Unless, of course, your appliance regularly stores supplies of tasty, fresh fish, in which case, ignore above. Apologies, Ursula.

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Ursula appreciates your concern. While she does snack on dry food, the highlight of her day is a slice of beef heart. Thus the fridge is her shrine.

      1. alison41 says:

        Oh. Of course. Naturally Ursula has a particular palate, that requires regular servings of choice dishes, such as beef heart. My apologies.

  5. Elizabeth says:

    We owned a dog when I was a child who figured out how to open the refrigerator door and help himself to the contents. My mother took to tying it shut. Annoying to us, but it worked.

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:


      1. Elizabeth says:

        And overweight!

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