If your cat scratches your furniture, walls or bedposts, she's probably using her sharp claws to tell the world, "this is mine!" As naturally territorial animals, cats need to claim their prized goodies for themselves—but, with Feliscratch Scratching Attractant by Feliway, you can help encourage your cat to keep her paws off your stuff. When your kitty digs her nails into things, she leaves more than just claw marks behind; she leaves "territory messages" for other cats, which tell them to buzz off. Feliscratch uses these territorial messages to encourage your cat to scratch where you want her to, like on her scratching post or cat tree. It's a simple solution to your damaged furniture, but your cat feels like she's ruling the roost. It's a win-win!
Clinically tested Feliscratch can help redirect cats' unwanted scratching around the house by encouraging them to use scratching posts or trees instead.
Utilizes natural feline "territorial" hormones to attract cats to the objects you want them to scratch instead of your belongings.
Discourages newly adopted kittens from scratching the furniture and walls due to the sudden change in environment.
Encourages cats to use a new or previously ignored scratching post in the home.
During times of stress, it may also help to discourage destructive scratching caused by anxiety.
I should have given up after the first application, but I have been desperate to find a way to get my cat to scratch on at least one of the dozen or so scratching alternatives I have purchased for her. Each dose of this product is pre-measured and the amount cannot be adjusted to your needs - you just have to throw away any unused portion. The process of application is very messy. According to the directions (and the photo), the blue die is supposed to create lines - it doesn't. It spreads out into a big blue-blob stain instead. It might have been worth ruining the appearance of the scratching post if it actually worked, but it didn't, even after two full weeks of following the directions to I should have given up after the first application, but I have been desperate to find a way to get my cat to scratch on at least one of the dozen or so scratching alternatives I have purchased for her. Each dose of this product is pre-measured and the amount cannot be adjusted to your needs - you just have to throw away any unused portion. The process of application is very messy. According to the directions (and the photo), the blue die is supposed to create lines - it doesn't. It spreads out into a big blue-blob stain instead. It might have been worth ruining the appearance of the scratching post if it actually worked, but it didn't, even after two full weeks of following the directions to the letter. My trust in Feliway brand products is largely reduced after this purchase.… more
Not sure if it works
on Feb 26, 2020
I put it on the scratching tree and I don't think it did anything but I've also put down old carpeted floor mats from my car and Kitty really likes to scratch on them and I did use it on them
Did not work
on Dec 8, 2019
The cat is scratching the heck out of my new 2000.00 matress . We recently moved and my daughter left for college. She was his cuddle buddy. I have gotten him a high perch, toys, and 3 different scratch pads. In our old house he scratched the couch all the time. It was old and my daughter never stopped him from doing it. We got rid of the couch...anyways. I sprayed this on all of the scratch pads, and I sprayed lemon oil on the bed. Did nothing at all. Same behavior.
**PLEASE READ** PRODUCT PERMANENTLY STAINS*
on Dec 23, 2019
So disappointed that I ruined my brand new and expensive scratching post. The product not only failed, it stained the post. Thank goodness I didn't use it on my furniture. The scratching post is so cool and now it looks like I spilled blue kool-aide on it. I think the company should buy me a new one. I suggest Chewy.com not sell this product.
Did not find this to work.
on Mar 17, 2020
I followed the directions and my cat will still not use the scratching post. She prefers my couch and kitchen cabinets.
Works great to train a kitten!
on Nov 25, 2019
When I got this product I knew that it was uncertain if it would work for a young kitten as no one is sure how developed their senses are as far as detection of this particular pheromone.
Alas, we tried it anyway and it actually worked splendidly. Our kitten never uses our furniture as primary scratching objects. Maybe we just got lucky but maybe the product worked great.
on Dec 9, 2019
The main reason I don’t like this product is that first and foremost it’s messy so her scratching posts were sticky and it didn’t seem to attract the cat even though I used it multiple times it dripped down the post and ran all over the base so I didn’t wanna put it on anything
on Feb 23, 2020
My cat definitely went for the scent, but do not like that it is blue colored and staining.
I did not believe this but ....
on Oct 27, 2019
I was skeptical about it working. So I followed directions and once a week reapplied to each scratching post. I have 4 posts in my livingroom. Reapplication is the key to it working. I have 4 cats all with claws that I trim to a manageable length. Since I used this, none of my cats have scratched my furniture. Just don’t be lazy — reapply each week. One applicator does all four of my scratching posts. Put one (1) line down or across the posts. I do this to all with one applicator every week. I have used it for going on 4 months. I will continue to use. Saved my new furniture.
Cat scratch fever
on Mar 20, 2020
I did not purchase this product so I have no opinion.