Feliway Electric Diffuser Reviews
Product Type: Feliway cat accessories
Newest Review: ... are tiny glands underneath the claws that secrete a pheremone. The idea is that Feliway smells EXACTLY like this pheremone ... more
by - written on 13/09/07 (Very useful, 2114 readings)
I share my home with two tom cats, Ivan and Murphy, who we acquired a little over three years ago as kittens. We currently live on a very busy road in the center of a small town in Aberdeenshire so both Ivan and Murphy are indoor cats at present as I donít feel itís safe to let them roam just yet. Ivan is the fatter, lazier cat and he has never really shown any interest in the great outdoors. I think if the back door was wide open he'd still stay indoors with his catnip mice and comfy bedding! Murphy, a much smaller and more agile feline, is becoming increasingly intolerant of our small two bed home. Sometimes, he sits by the door and howls and he spends a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/12, updated on 20/11/12 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Feliway --------- Five and a half years ago my son married an American lady and started a new life in The US. At the time he had two three year old Persian cats that he had bought quite soon after leaving home. Having a succession of jobs and house moves these cats were quite stressed as they had no home for very long, and anyone who knows cats, and especially Persians, will know that they seek security and human companionship. Their life had not been ideal at the start, and it was no secret that I had not been pleased when my son made the decision to purchase the cats, as he was out at work all day and had a busy social life. However it was his love of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I've got 3 cats who usually take life in their stride (paws) but recently we decided to move our bedrooms round and have a bit of a re vamp. For 2 of my girls Daisy and Layla this was cause for great excitement with a lot of running and pouncing but for my third cat Poppy it was an entirely different story. She was upset that the upstairs was different and despite making a lot of fuss of her and giving her time to re adjust she actually made herself poorly over it She developed stress related cystitis, visiting her tray virtually constantly, poor little girl. My vet recommended a Feliway Plug In and I bought one straight away. Feliway is a product that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/11 (Very useful, 200 readings)
As some of you already know we have recently had a lot of work done in the house as the kitchen has been ripped out and completely replaced. It has been a nightmare as everything had a problem associated with it; from the fitter ordering the wrong doors to the saucepans being wrong for the hob to people sending the wrong remote control for the under floor heating. You name it - it had a problem, so instead of the three weeks (maximum) quoted the actual refit took more like ten weeks from the beginning of November to the beginning of January this year. In our house we have a little sun room attached to the side of the kitchen with a door opening into the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/13 (Very useful, 43 readings)
My lovely 7 year old tabby is the best cat in the world. She adores my toddler, never has accidents in the house, nice quiet indoor cat. Until we moved house. Enter new carpets and hello scratchy!! Desperate to save my carpets (and my marriage!) I searched high and low for a fix to this scratching before she teared my carpets apart. I couldn't confine her to a room because downstairs is open plan (archways instead of doors) and the stairgate is no opposition for her! When I next visited the vet I was told that she was probably scratching due to stress (new house, new carpets/smells, she was at a cattery for 4 days prior to the move also) and she recommended ... Read the complete review
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