I've been busy with glue, scissors and artificial fur, resulting in a small dead cat fitting my Zoom H2 like a wig.
The hairy H2 proves to work fine up to moderate winds. The occasional gust wrecking a recording can be silenced.
I wouldn't recommend it as a replacement for a professional solution, but I paid next to nothing for the materials and it was two hours of work.
Artificial fur can be found easily. Mine is from a second hand shop and was an accessory part of a dress. Look for long dense hair. Avoid fur with lots of loose hair. It is probably poor quality.
I cut the fur and glued it together at the skin side, using some strips of non-flexible fabric for extra strength on the seems. This glue is special made for textile.
Then I used a hot nail to burn series of little holes from the back side in the skin to improve high frequency response. I was careful not to melt the hair. If you can find artificial fur fitted on a good open mesh this won't be necessary I guess.
I hope this inspires one or two Freesounders...
What about a mesh screen ?, e.g. fur-free sieve or splatter guard ... http://www.freesound.org/samplesViewSingle.php?id=96913