Help your cat feel comfortable at home with the Comfort Zone Diffuser with Feliway for Cats. This cat calming aid is a proven way to reduce or stop stress-related behaviors in your cat. The Feliway diffuser is specially designed to release calming pheromones in your home for up to 4 weeks. Replace as needed with the Feliway diffuser refill (sold separately). Cats rub their faces on objects around the home to mark them with special facial pheromones. When left on prominent pieces of furniture, curtains, even walls, these pheromones create a calming atmosphere that reassures cats that everything is alright. If something stressful disturbs the environment, cats start exhibiting stress-related behaviors like urine marking and inappropriate scratching. The Comfort Zone Diffuser with Feliway for Cats can help to reassure your cat and reduce stress-related behaviors. Feliway contains an artificial cat calming aid that mimics the feline facial pheromone. The Feliway diffuser disperses the artificial pheromone around your cat’s environment, returning your cat to that place of calm and reassurance. The diffuser is made with a convenient plug-in module. The cat calming aid is nontoxic and odorless. It is not a drug or tranquilizer and will not affect people or other pets. It is the safe, natural solution to resolving your cat’s stress-related behaviors. Clinical studies show that Feliway is 95% effective at reducing or stopping urine marking and scratching; you could see results in as little as 7 days. The Comfort Zone Diffuser with Feliway for Cats can effectively reduce or entirely stop feline stress-related behaviors including: urine marking, vertical scratching on inappropriate items, loss of appetite, reduced desire to interact or play. The Comfort Zone Diffuser can help to comfort cats in stressful situations like: moving to a new home, receiving visitors at home, accommodating a new pet or family member, or adjusting to a new environment. Also helpful for living in a household with more multiple cats.
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Of course you should always talk with your veterinarian prior to offering your cat any of these products. He or she may help you choose one that is best for your cat and your individual needs, based on the situation presenting itself. Note that a natural approach might not work with all cats, so if you do determine that, discuss a tranquilizer for your cat with your vet. Once you get the plan, and the ok, start planning your trip.
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