FELINE ANTI-ANXIETY BLEND

$23.96

Feline-Anti-anxiety

-Calms instantly and lasts
-No drowsiness
-Use for car rides, trips to the vet, or any stressful situation
-All-natural
-Nurtures a healthy coat
-Builds immune system
-Prevents excess shedding
-Apply to coat and pads of feet

(8 oz. bottle)

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  • Description

    Does your cat hate trips to the vet?  Thunderstorms?  Use this spray on your pet’s coat and the pads of their feet to help them naturally relax in situations that may cause stress. Also, simply put into our cold water diffuser and place near area where pet sleeps, or in room where pet dwells while you are away. Works immediately, and lasts for hours.

    Ingredients: A proprietary blend of Lavender oil, Cedarwood oil, Vanilla oil, Copaiba oil, Ocotea Leaf oil, Coconut oil, Bergamot Peel oil, Sandlewood oil.

    Directions:  Shake well.  Apply to coat of pet, and to pads of feet (vita flex points), and to bedding.  Use as often and as liberally as desired.

    Recognizing Signs of Cat Anxiety

    Pet owners sometimes don’t believe that anxiety could affect their beloved cats. After all, cats don’t have to hold down a job and pay the bills. What is there to be anxious about? And in comparison to dogs, cats are a little more subtle about showing their insecurities, but they are suffering nonetheless.

    “If your cat’s anxiety is mild and she seems otherwise healthy, there are a few things you can try before calling the vet.”

    What is Cat Anxiety?

    Anxiety is a feeling of nervousness, uneasiness or apprehension, which is normal under certain circumstances but can become a problem if it becomes severe or occurs at inappropriate times. A few of the more common situations that can cause a cat to become anxious include:

    • Separation from her owner, even for just a short period of time
    • Moving to a new home
    • The addition of a new family member (spouse, child or pet)

    The symptoms of an anxious cat can be subtle and easy to attribute to other causes. Cats may

    • Hide more than normal
    • Greet owners exuberantly when they return home and follow them from room to room
    • Urinate or defecate outside of the litter box
    • Vomit
    • Compulsively groom themselves, sometimes to the point where they are virtually bald over a large part of the body

    Of course other diseases, including some that are very serious, can cause these symptoms.

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