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Feliway Spray

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Feliway Spray will help maintain the scent that gives your cat the feeling of peace and calm and reduce the stress that your cat experiences
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Feliway Spray

The Feliway spray is great for cats that travel, stay in catteries or are visiting the vet. It can be sprayed onto bedding and carriers.

The special scent of Feliway (odourless to people and other animals) is a replication of the pheromone that cats leave naturally when they are feeling comfortable in their environment. Everytime a cat rubs its nose against objects in the home, it leaves behind this pheromone to mark its territory.

Using Feliway will help maintain the scent that gives your cat the feeling of peace and calm and reduce the stress that your cat experiences, creating a home where you and your cat will always be 'happy together.

Feliway Spray is available in 20ml and 60ml bottles.

The spray helps prevent issues like scratching and spraying, and makes travel and visiting the vet less stressful.

How to use Feliway:

Simply shake the bottle and spray Feliway once a day on doorways, cat-flaps, window sills and prominent objects around the house. To prevent marking if it already occurred, spray Feliway on marked areas after thorough cleaning of the area.

Always wait about 15 minutes before letting your cat near any sprayed areas.

What our vet says

"Feliway is really popular for times of stress in a cat's life. It works by replicating the pheromone your cat leaves when it rubs itself against your legs or objects in the home. This makes your cat feel calm and happy, and less stressed. Spray in on your cat's bed or carrier, but always leave 15 minutes before letting your cat near the area."