NaturVet Quiet Moments Herbal Calming Aid Cat Spray
Excellent Calming Agent
I purchased this for my cat that has Feline hyperesthesia syndrome as he often jumps sky high off the bed at night and runs from the muscle spasms. Also, as I have two cats, and they are both males, they will not both stay on the bed with me due to territorial behavior.
I have been spraying the spray on my bedspread and in their cat beds and they will now both stay on the bed at night and my cat with the hyperesthesia is having reduced episodes. I am very pleased with this product as they will not eat any of the calming treats.
December 8, 2013
She sensed this product immediatley after i sprayed it
My cat ran right over to the area that i sprayed w/ in minutes. it definatley calmed and relaxed her :)
August 6, 2014
Safer ingredients than Feliway
I use this in tandem with Feliway diffusers and spray, since I have 5 house cats, and sometimes they get a little territorial, or transfer aggression when an occasional stray wanders within sight, or there's a strange vehicle in our rural neighborhood. Also I have mild-to-moderate chemical sensitivities. Quiet Moments Spray contains 3.06% pheromone (I called the company - it's not on the label), while Feliway contains 10% pheromone. Feliway is 75 ml, while Quiet Moments is 240 ml. So, because of it's wet spray, I use Quiet Moments as a more broadcast spray at 'cat height' on areas I don't mind getting wet; while I use Feliway in concentrated areas such as near door frames and other blind corners where one cat might stalk another, carriers, sleeping areas. Quiet Moments seems to work just fine to take any mild nervous edge off my cats.
June 21, 2014
The product worked on my stressed-out cats. One had surgery and had just returned from the vets and needed to be confined. The other cat just couldn't figure out what was going on and didn't like the scents that were brought home from the vet's. Kept using the spray around the bedding, etc. and eventually all was well. And surgery turned out fine. Our cat had swallowed a piece of plastic somehow!
March 4, 2014