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Farnam Comfort Zone Behavior Control Cat Training Diffuser with Feliway
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- Reduces or completely stops stress-related behavior including: urine marking, vertical scratching, loss of appetite, reduced desire to play or interact and other stress-related behaviors.
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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
Most alarming was that the stressful condition she was in altered her appetite, and the most she would consume was some warm milk.
I didn't want to add to the medications she was already taking, with a prescription of something like Diazepam (Valium), so decided to give "Comfort Zone" a try.
I noticed an improvement within 8 hours, and by 36 hours, all her feral symptoms had vanished, and she was calm, slept through the night, ate, and was her charming, cuddly self again. During the first 36-72 hour period, there were some "extras," like her rubbing against my legs while I was standing in the kitchen, but now things are back to normal, and she is behaving the way one would expect a healthy 6 month old to act.
The last month has been quite an ordeal, but with the help of "Comfort Zone," I feel as though a miracle has taken place, with harmony and peace back in our humble but cozy abode.
This 48 oz. bottle lasts approximately 4 weeks, covers up to 650 sq. ft. and is recommended for all situations that cause stress in a cat, from new environments to the addition of a new pet in the family. It will also treat "urine marking," another symptom my kitty was exhibiting, as she would spray against the wall instead of urinating into the litter, a nasty habit that required a lot of cleaning up and that "Comfort Zone" has cured.
Completely odorless, the bottle and plug-in unit is a 1-2-3 simple assembly, and feline facial pheromone that is the active ingredient does not affect humans, except to improve their lives by making their fur friends happier.
My 4yr. old neutered male cat manages several chronic health conditions, which at times create seemingly unrelated behavioral issues, when flare ups occur that jangle his nerves. When his IBD is not well controlled, my otherwise angelic cat becomes stressed out & does deadly things - chewing through power cords, consuming inedible objects, eating plants untouched for years, climbing to & jumping/falling from extremely high places aggravating his arthritis, & more. When he's not feeling well, acting-out is his way of externalizing his bad nerves & telling me, "I don't feel well, help me".
So I bought a Feliway Diffuser for him for his birthday a few weeks ago, & the change in my cat's behavior was noticeable within the first few hours after plugging it in. Initially, I noticed a personality change - sort of a mellowing effect, reflecting a more leveled out & increased general sense of well-being. I see less lethargy, & more interest in social interaction, his environment, & play. It's a subtle overall field effect, but his happiness & joy somehow seem happier. I've noticed I've had an easier time with giving him his regular medications & brushing his teeth. It's a synthetic feline facial pheromone, but I call it "the airborne feline prozac"... And without putting more chemicals into his system that don't belong in the body, & their problematic side effects. My cat seems to appreciate the general change in the overall atmosphere of his home, & occasionally, he even sleeps underneath the diffuser.Read more ›
After I've gone through the usual questions (Is your cat neutered? No? Then DO it, NOW!) and potential solutions (You have 6 cats and only 1 litter box? You need at least 3 more litter boxes!), I tell them to try Feliway - spray, diffuser, or preferably both. I explain how it works, and point them to the shelf in the store where we hold our adoption clinics. As a rescuer with a whole houseful of cats, with "strangers" (cats up for adoption, kittens being tamed, and feral cats awaiting release after spay/neuter surgery) coming and going all the time, I could not function without Feliway. It's a lifesaver!
Does it work for all situations and problems? No. Is it magic? Of course not. But, it works for what it is intended for. Not all peeing problems are due to stress. If your cat starts peeing outside the box, the first thing to do is try a different litter - something unscented. Then try a bigger box, or one without a cover - some cats, especially big ones, don't like enclosed boxes. Next, have them checked for a urinary tract infection or phosphate crystals in their urine - bladder stones. Urinary discomfort is the primary cause of most feline peeing problems, and is easily treated with antibiotics or a modified diet, depending on the cause. Please see a vet before you consider getting rid of your cat.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have 4 cats. I have two female cats and they do not get along. One of them is normally indoor/outdoor and the other one is strictly indoor. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kimberly Mauro
cat really likes it..settles him down when he comes in to sleep- he has been wild for 3 yrs out there and spryed on his blanket..loves it.. ... Read morePublished 3 months ago by judith benerakis
Sadly, I had higher hopes these would work for our cats. We have three diffusers for two male cats...the boys don't seem affected by the diffusers at all.Published 3 months ago by iamsterdam_68
Too afraid to use this product!! When I received it I was so excited to try it after reading other reviews but after having it plugged in for a few hours it smelled like it was... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jes McK
I was hesitant to spend the money,it's a bit pricey for my budget,but SO GLAD I DID!
We've been having aggression issues with 2 of our 3 boys because of a stray sheltering on... Read more