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CEVA Animal Health C23830C Feliway Starter Kit Diffuser, 48ml
- Simulates your cat's natural pheromones to help your pet cope with stress
- Just plug into any wall socket
- Completely safe and made to comply with British safety standards
- Do not plug in beneath furniture or behind doors
- Item consists of a Diffuser and one 48-milliliter bottle
- Simulates your cat’s natural pheromones to help your pet cope with stress
- Just plug into any wall socket
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Take your cat from stressed out to chilled out
FELIWAY and FELIWAY Multicat mimic naturally produced pheromones that help reduce stress-related behaviors in cats.
FELIWAY is clinically proven to help reduce behaviors caused by stress
What causes stress in a cat and why?
Before we took cats into our homes, they lived very different lives.
They roamed free and had lots of space available to them. They controlled their resources; where they went to eliminate, eat and rest. They could avoid interactions with other cats, dogs and people if they chose to do so. It was also easier to escape threatening and stressful situations.
Now our cats live in houses and apartments that may limit their ability to roam.
They have little or no control over their resources. Their access to the outdoors is restricted or not allowed. They now share their living space with other cats, dogs, children, etc. While these changes have helped and protected cats, they also can cause stress and anxiety. Stress and anxiety can lead to inappropriate behaviors.
What are behavioral and medical signs of stress and anxiety?
- Urine marking
- Vertical scratching
- Fighting with housemate cats
- Lack of grooming
- Urinary tract disease
- Hair loss
- Over or under eating
- Weight gain or weight loss
Did you know that 75% of cat owners report experiencing behavior issues, including scratching and urinating outside the litter box? (Burke, 2014 Brand Equity Quantitative Study)
FELIWAY has been clinically proven to reduce unwanted behavior from cats that are anxious or stressed.
Feliway stops destructive behavior that can ruin your relationship with your cat. If something disturbs your cat's environment, such as a new pet, visitors, moving to a new home or even rearranging the furniture, he may start urine marking, scratching or even stop eating. Feliway products help control destructive urine marking and scratching associated with fear or stressful situations. Great to use in multi-cat households, plug in the room that cats frequent most to keep tensions calm.
Size: 48 ml
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Safety WarningDo not cover it, or place it behind a door or beneath furniture as the oil may stain. Recommended for use in wall socket not hidden or behind furniture.
IngredientsComposition:F3 fraction of feline facial pheromone...................2%Excipient q.s........................................................100 gCovers 500-750 sq. ft.Each 48 ml vial lasts up to 4 weeks.
DirectionsThe Feliway Diffuser should be plugged in continuously in the room where the cat spends the most time. Use the peel off sticker on each Feliway Refill vial to remind you when to replace.
Legal DisclaimerThese are used, NOT in the original box and do NOT have the original product paperwork. Recommended to be purchased by someone that already has this product and is adding to their existing supply.
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Oliver came to us at 4 weeks old and even then he exhibited signs of aggression. I have lived with cats and worked with modifying cat's behavior since early childhood, turned feral cats social, abused animals confident, etc. I even get calls and emails asking advice from people on their cats. People even (unfortunately) call me the "Cat whisperer". I figured I could sort this boy out. I'd seen worse. NOPE. Every technique I've ever used (and seriously...I'm good) only made him challenge me more. Being gentle didn't work. Being alpha didn't work. Ignoring him didn't work. Rewards didn't work. Reading his body language...nothing.
Please note he's also gigantic. About 17 or 18lbs of orange and white, adorable rage.
Oliver believes he is our undying overlord. He patrols the house. If you are doing anything he disagrees with, there consequences. Bloody, bloody consequences.
Look at him? He growls.
Pet him? Get bitten.
Walk by him? Get scratched.
Whistle? Close a drawer too hard for his liking? Move a chair? Close a door he wants open? All of this ends with you bleeding.
We basically live with an uptight miniature lion. He also has this lovely habit of launching himself from the floor at your face if you challenge his decision to break something or attack another cat. The only time he isn't aggressive is when we get in bed, and somehow he magically morphs into the most affectionate cat I've ever had.
After 3 years of trying to get him settled and him only ever seeming to get worse, we had a few people mention this product. Now I think aromatherapy, pheromone products are one of those things crazy people made up to help other crazy people feel less crazy. Beyond skeptical. Laughed at the idea even.
We discussed some options for Oliver with our vet and he said before we go into medicationland, to just give the Feliway a try.
IT WAS INSTANT. He sniffed the diffuser and meowed a meow normally reserved for manipulation, and came over and nudged us both. He spent 5-10 minutes walking around rubbing everything. He let us touch him without attacking us. Is he 100% better? No, he has his moments. But it's as though it gave him more patience. Something that would normally set him off now just makes him posture like he's going to fight, but after a second or two, he relaxes. Instead of getting attacked numerous times daily...it's about once every three days. I'd say he's 60-75% better. I think the Feliway company is really some sort of cover up for voodoo. That's how much this worked.
Last night though, he was severe again. Scratched me to the high heavens. Didn't understand why the sudden regression. Oh. The Feliway ran out. Us, being such skeptics, didn't order refills. So now we have to live with a feline terrorist until Amazon ships the refills.
Sidenote: we also used the spray version. I spritzed his bed with it and now he refuses to sleep in it. So that backfired and I now have to share a bed with his big ol' purring constantly, drooling all over me, self. Thumbs down to that stuff.