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Comfort Zone Feliway
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- Helps reduce urine marking and vertical scratching
- Clinically proven 90% effective
- Veterinarian Recommended
- Drug free
- Contains 1 diffuser and 48 mL refill
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Style: Diffuser with Single Refill | Package Type: Box Packaging
From the Manufacturer
Prevent Vertical Scratching + Urine Spraying
Cats spray and scratch nearby surroundings in response to stress and to mark their territory.
Comfort Zone with Feliway Diffuser dispenses a drug-free, odorless vapor that mimics a cat's natural calming pheromones. This vapor signals to your cat that the area is friendly and safe, reducing your cat’s need to spray and scratch. Comfort Zone products with Feliway are clinically proven to help reduce vertical scratching and urine spraying in 9 out of 10 cats in 28 days*.
Proven 90% Effective*
Comfort Zone products with Feliway are clinically proven to help reduce vertical scratching and urine spraying in 9 out of 10 cats in 28 days.
Many situations can cause your cat to behave this way:
- Multi-pet households
- Transition from shelter or breeder
- Moving, or changes to home or furniture
- New people and pets in the home
|How to Use||The Diffuser||The Spray|
|Urine Spraying||Preferred. Simply plug the diffuser into the room where marking has occurred.||Additional Support. Clean up urine thoroughly, apply a single spray to the site each day for 30 days.|
|Scratching||Additional Support. Plug the diffuser into the room where vertical scratching has occurred.||Preferred. Apply one spray per day on vertical surfaces where scratching has occurred.|
|Multi-Cat Homes||Preferred. Plug the diffuser into the room where marking or scratching has occurred or in the room where the cats spend most of their time.||Additional Support. Spray 2-3 times each day on urine or scratch-marked sites or objects and surfaces that might attract marking.|
|Travel||Additional Support. If visiting or vacationing for several days, take a diffuser along to help calm the cat.||Preferred. Spray each corner of the crate 15 minutes before putting cat in.|
Top Customer Reviews
Brought in last winter a freezing short hair stray boy I found under the hood of my car (before you start the engine in the winter > ALWAYS check under the hood as they seek the lasting warmth of you car engine).
As soon as I stepped with the undocumented alien in the house, the war was on! Blood flowing. Screaming protests. Hunger strike. You name them, I witness them all.
I had to keep them separated for 8 months, or under supervision.
Plugged in the diffuser... waited 1 hour and got them together in the same room.
Nothing happened... the 2 cats behave like siblings now with the stray one as well.
Just amazing. One week later they are sleeping together.
It works. Period.
PS1. I hope the company will make one for my stray wife as well.
PS2. I'd pay big bucks for it.
As soon as we plugged it in, we started smelling burned plastic.
I looked it up and found that the manufacturer said that this would be resolved after a few uses, so we gave it another try.
After a couple of uses, it literally melted! (See attached photos).
The thing could actually cause a fire at my house, not to mention, the fumes from burnt plastic are highly toxic!
Comfort Zone should really look into that before someone gets hurt!
Here are the problems I was having with one of my 3 cats:
1. Behaving aggressively towards the other two by attacking, biting, hunting them really
2. Meowing often, even in the middle of the night, often waking me up at 3am AND I NEED MY SLEEP!
3. Chewing almost EVERYTHING - power cords, flip-flops, the bed frame, the hard plastic handle on his brush, etc.
Last week I took him to the vet wanting him tested for hyperthyroidism and if that were not the problem, then get some sort of tranquilizer. My vet said the blood work was normal and for me to try Feliway - either that or we try a daily dose of Prozac and I'm not too keen on having to give a cat medication every day if I can avoid it.
My condo is 1100 square feet so I got 2 diffusers. One is downstairs next to their large cat tower, the other in my bedroom. They were plugged in Tuesday afternoon and by yesterday the aggressive behavior WAS GONE! I have a gentle cat and the others have now relaxed, too. THANK YOU FELIWAY! THIS IS WORTH EVERY PENNY!
No more cat attacks, no more excessive meowing - I got 10 hours of sleep last night it was wonderful!!
I have not had the territory urinating problems that Feliway says to use their product for, all of my boys always go in the litter box, I just wanted to see if it would calm the aggression expressed in other ways and it has.
Feliway has kept me from having to put him down or regift him back to my sister in law. I love my cat and he is like my baby but he was driving me up the wall.
We've moved 3 times in the past two years and Feliway has been a life saver for calming him. We tried the sprays and they don't work as good. You have to remember to use them.
With Feliway my cat is calm. We can tell when it needs to be replaced as he becomes cranky again. He's like an old man.
The refills on Amazon average about $11/bottle and we use two a month. Cheaper than Prozac!
WARNING: Do not buy the knock off brands. They do not work as well and the wick dries up. Only purchase the bottles with pink writing that say Comfort Zone. All Feliway products are not the same!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found no difference between comfort zone & Feliway refills. They both seem to keep cat calm, that's what matters the most.Published 7 minutes ago by Sue Friese
Produced no noticeable effect on our cat. Would not purchase again.Published 18 hours ago by Judy L. Brizendine
I never got a chance to test the effectiveness of this product, I plugged the diffuser and cartridge into the outlet and by the next day it had leaked all over the place.Published 21 hours ago by AntipodeanAbyss
We bought this when we took in a starving stray kitty and wanted to introduce her to our resident king of the castle kitten. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Joyce
As much as I hate dishing out $20 more a month for my cat, I definitely notice a difference in her behavior when the Feliway is empty. Read morePublished 1 day ago by JessP0521
My cat was having a great deal of stress after moving into a new home. He started urinating on the beds and couch. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Mimi5
I don't feel like this did anything to help our cat chill out. But maybe it was just too subtle for me to notice.Published 1 day ago by Jessica
Overall I didn't notice any change in my cat's behavior. We moved him from one apartment to another and it really just took time and patience.Published 1 day ago by Mar89