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Feliway Behavior Modifier Spray 75 ml

by Feliway
3.5 out of 5 stars 761 customer reviews
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  • Stops your cat from marking his territory with urine
  • Simulates your cat's natural pheromones
  • Ideal for cages, cars, and new houses
  • Great comfort for your cat's stress
  • Completely safe for pets and humans

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Product Description

Feliway reduces or completely stops stress-related behavior including urine marking, vertical scratching, loss of appetite and the reduced desire to play or interact.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 1.8 x 5.5 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001GQI8SS
  • Item model number: 024FAR03-75
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (761 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,854 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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I wrote a review for the feliway plug in, which I have been extremely pleased with. I ordered the feliway spray as a 'reinforcement' to keep my hallway poop and pee free. I have a purebred female persian cat who is 10 years old who can be a little moody when something bugs her. She has peed in my upstairs hallway in the past and nothing will stop a cat once they decide they want to mark. I tore up the carpet and pad, used every enzime product there is on the market (they did not work), used vinegar and water (got rid of the smell but not the problem), treated the subfloor of the upstairs and used kilz oil based primer spray to lock in any remnants of the kitty pee. I finally had a pee free house, so I put in a berber like carpet with stainmaster and a waterproof carpet pad. Everything was fine but one day I thought I smelled something nasty upstairs, and lo and behold I caught my cat peeing again out of the box. She was examined by the vet and no health problems were present-the vet chalked it up to 'surface preference', which I did not believe because I have carpet in my family foom which is pee-free. I chalked it up to a fussy cat with some emotional problems....she also began to poop in the hallway as well (not a nice thing to wake up to)....I found the feliway plug in on amazon after a google search and decided to give it a try....I used the plug-in in the middle of the hallway and miraculously the cat has not peed or pooped anywhere except her litter box! I am in total shock! I read up some more on the feliway and decided to try the spray when I made my next order of the plug in refills. I spritz the three spots DAILY where she peed/pooped before and now she won't even think of getting near the corner where she did her bad deeds.Read more ›
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Hi Everyone,

Last Friday Tazz (our male cat) was attacked in our yard by a loose dog, needless to say I rushed him to the hospital Friday afternoon and upon the initial examination, the vet did not find any external damage. The next day I gave Tazz a bath because he was covered in urine from the attack and that is when I noticed a lump on his right rear hip. I took him to another emergency hospital at which they did an ultra sound of his hip and found he has a hematoma / fluid in his hip.

The vet gave me some anti-inflammatory liquid to give him but he is still in pain and you can see it when he tries to jump or climb. In addition, his whole demeanor has changed to being scared of the slightest noise or movement. He hides frequently and does not talk / meow anymore.

My Veterinarian recommended Feliaway Spray, which the Veterinarian said, would help with his anxiety in addition to helping him heal from the emotional trauma of the attack. I received the Feliaway today in the mail and after spraying it on a couple of places where Tazz frequents, I must say his attitude is very much improved. I would HIGHLY recommend this product even though it is a bit pricey it just takes a WEE BIT for it to have an effect. Call it aromatherapy for cats, whatever the case if can help a cat after a dog attack then I say it's a product that deserves high marks.
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You have to rule out other things first. If your cat has an underlying medical condition that needs to be treated first or nothing will work. Most cats do not eliminate outside of the litterbox if they are healthy. In fact, over 90% of inappropriate elimination can be directly attributed to illness or a medical condition. The first step needs to be a visit to your vet for a urinalysis. Feliway is for the behavioral aspect. Once your cat is healthy again it may be habit to go in the spot where they chose. When a cat feels pain while urinating he begins to associate that pain with the litterbox itself. That's why they go somewhere else.

What Feliway does is mimics facial pheremones. Ever seen your cat rubbing his cheek on the wall? He is marking it to say it's a safe place. That's what Feliway mimics. Cats generally will not urinate where they facially mark.

As for my experience...I have a cat who has a stress-related bladder condition. He gets bacterial flare ups when he's under a lot of stress. Stress often triggers UTI, FLUTD flare ups, among other things. He is being treated for the medical side but still wants to go outside the box. I clean the areas where he goes on the floor with an enzyme cleaner then I spray with Feliway. As long as I'm consistent (spraying at least 2 times per day) he doesn't go there. I also use Comfort Zone diffusuers full-time. Yes, they are pricey but it is well worth it for me to have happy kitties.

Bottom line, this stuff works! It may not be the miracle you're hoping for and it may take a while but it does work. Like I said, you have to consider all factors though such as your cat's health and making sure you eliminate the underlying urine odor.
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We used the spray in our cat carrier to transport our two cats. On previous trips the cats meowed the whole trip. They did not meow when we used the Feliway spray but just layed down and were quiet. We knew it would be a winner when we opened the box and the cats ran over and started smelling and rollling in the box.
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