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Feliway Travel Spray On The Go Management Behavior Modifier Spray

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Description

Help your kitty be his best self with the Feliway Travel Spray On The Go Management Behavior Modifier Spray. When a cat feels comfortable in their environment, they rub their cheeks against objects like the wall or furniture, leaving a facial pheromone behind. This spray mimic that same natural scent, which helps prevent cats from acting out whether you’re on the road or at home. Spray it in carriers on the way to the vet to calm his nerves and soothe aggressive behavior, or even use it in the home to reduce scratching and spraying. It’s like breath of fresh—and familiar—air for your anxious kitty!

Key Benefits
  • Behavior management spray mimic a cat’s natural facial pheromones, which creates a state of familiarity and security.
  • Veterinarian recommended to help prevent or reduce stress and help cats cope with bad behavior triggers.
  • Spray in the carrier or on other hard surfaces during travel to reduce aggressive or unwanted behavior.
  • Clinically proven formula is also great for use in the home "detractant" to eliminate spraying and scratching.
  • Simply spray 8-10 pumps on doorways, cat-flaps, furniture and other objects cats may be tempted to mark.
Precautions

Feliway should never be sprayed directly on the cat.

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  • Item Number
    114628
  • Dimensions
    11.77 x 5.55 x 1.77 inches
  • Weight
    5.98 ounces
  • Brand

    Ceva, Treat Planet

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Made in

    France

Ingredients
Ingredients

Synthetic analogue of the F3 fraction of feline facial pheromone 100 mg/mL in 89.2% ethanol.

Instructions

Spray 8 to 10 pumps of Feliway 15 minutes before the cat is introduced into the sprayed environment (car, carrier, bedding, table for medical examination, etc.). Effects last approximately 4 to 5 hours. Re-apply as needed or if you notice a reduced effect.

Feliway Spray can be applied directly on bedding, inside the carrier, or in the car, but be sure to apply without the cat in the area to be sprayed (particularly inside the carrier).

Feliway Spray should not be sprayed directly on animals or near an animal’s face.

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  • Does it really work? I'm still not sure

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    I've tried this before, with no results, but I tried again when traveling to a new state and new apartment. (First things first: Don't use more than one spray in a small area!) I spritzed the travel crate (my cats lie inside a medium sized dog crate so they can cuddle together and enjoy the sunshine through the window) in the car, hoping the move would be less stressful on them. *Mind you, I'm still not certain how long until this goes into effect.* After a few hours after spraying, the cats each had a nervous poop, then one of them proceeded to projectile vomit all over the back seat (yay!). And, as usual, they finally settled and slept quite a bit of the way. Day two was much better, but I'm I've tried this before, with no results, but I tried again when traveling to a new state and new apartment. (First things first: Don't use more than one spray in a small area!) I spritzed the travel crate (my cats lie inside a medium sized dog crate so they can cuddle together and enjoy the sunshine through the window) in the car, hoping the move would be less stressful on them. *Mind you, I'm still not certain how long until this goes into effect.* After a few hours after spraying, the cats each had a nervous poop, then one of them proceeded to projectile vomit all over the back seat (yay!). And, as usual, they finally settled and slept quite a bit of the way. Day two was much better, but I'm still not sure it had anything to do with Feliway. Overall, I don't think I'd recommend it, though it's always worth a try. … more

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  • Very pleased with Feliway

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    I fly with my cat often. When I put this in her carrier she is calm and easy to transport I bring her on. the plane she does fine . I brought her to the Vet and she would be screaming if this was not in the carrier. when I brought her home after leaving her for a teeth cleaning, she was insane without the Feliway. I am going to recommend this product but make sure you put fit in carrier about 5 minutes at least before leaving

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  • Great calming spray

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    My cat is extremely anxious about her vet trips. When we go there the tech put some on towel and put in her carrier with her. She almost immediately calmed down and by the time the Dr came in she was purring. A very first for her. I ordered this item so I can use in her carrier before we leave. Highly recommend this for anyone with anxious cats to use b4 transporting them.

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  • Worked for me!

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    I have a 9-year-old male Devon Rex that I adopted last year. He had no problem being in his carrier, and no problem being lifted and carried, but the moment he was in the car it was non-stop yeowling the entire length of the trip. Non. Stop. No matter how long or short the ride. I moved and it was going to be 2 hours in the car and I was worried about his stress. Sprayed the spray into the carrier. He walked in a few minutes later. Got him in the car and secure, and not one peep the entire trip. Side note: I also bought the home diffuser in and effort to help both cats adjust. The transition has been great and I use the spray anytime they get in the car. He doesn’t exhibit any stress reactions I have a 9-year-old male Devon Rex that I adopted last year. He had no problem being in his carrier, and no problem being lifted and carried, but the moment he was in the car it was non-stop yeowling the entire length of the trip. Non. Stop. No matter how long or short the ride. I moved and it was going to be 2 hours in the car and I was worried about his stress. Sprayed the spray into the carrier. He walked in a few minutes later. Got him in the car and secure, and not one peep the entire trip. Side note: I also bought the home diffuser in and effort to help both cats adjust. The transition has been great and I use the spray anytime they get in the car. He doesn’t exhibit any stress reactions at all. Thank you Feliway! … more

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  • Works like a charm

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    I have two overly anxious kitties. I use this in their carriers, in their cat beds and on any new furniture to keep them calm and keep from scratching the newer items in the home. One kitty had dental surgery and this helped smooth the transition back into the home. It works great on my little monsters.

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  • It seems to work

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    When things get a little rowdy in our household I spray this on a few favorite places (cat pillows, cat trees etc.) and it seems to mellow certain fur people out. I was a little puzzled though because this stuff is a little pricey and the see thru bottle showed only 3/4 full of the liquid spray. I don't know if this is normal or I just happened to get a freak bottle.

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  • All the boys get along after 1 day!

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    My daughter brought her male 3 year old male cat home for summer vacation. I have two 1 year old male cats and one 19 year old female and there was a lot of fussing about who was going to be top banana when he arrived. I put a feliway diffuser out and all the problems went away within a day. When my daughter returns home we plan to spray her cats carrier with this spray form of Feliway to help with anxiety. The plane trip here was very hard on her cat. He was drooling so much that by the time they arrived, his mane was soaking wet. This product is great for anxiety as well as helping cats get along.

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  • Not impressed

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    One of my cats was not impressed. The other was acting like he just had cat nip. I didn't travel with them and this yet. I wanted to test it out before we are trapped on a plane. I think cat nip may be a better, more affordable option. I feel like I wasted my money on this.

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  • Modified My Cats behavior

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    I have three cats. Recently two of them were doing their business out of the box. There have been no changes in my home. I found out about Feliway and it’s calming properties. I spray it around my home and they started to use the box again!!! I will not be without it because I don’t want them to do their business in anything other than the litter box.

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  • Not sure if it works for my cats

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    I bought this because I adopted a new cat and was introducing her to my resident cat. My resident cat had gone to the vet recently and was surprisingly calm. Normally she is out for blood. I noticed they had a feliway diffuser in the exam room and I attruted her relaxed mood to that. With that in mind, I thought maybe feliway would help my cats with the stress of meeting each other. It may have helped but it also made them avoid every single thing I sprayed with it. It’s now been over a week and they still avoid everything I sprayed except the cat tree and my bed (bedding has been changed). I sprayed the recommended number of sprays (8) on three cat beds, a cat tree perch, my bed, and a blanket I bought this because I adopted a new cat and was introducing her to my resident cat. My resident cat had gone to the vet recently and was surprisingly calm. Normally she is out for blood. I noticed they had a feliway diffuser in the exam room and I attruted her relaxed mood to that. With that in mind, I thought maybe feliway would help my cats with the stress of meeting each other. It may have helped but it also made them avoid every single thing I sprayed with it. It’s now been over a week and they still avoid everything I sprayed except the cat tree and my bed (bedding has been changed). I sprayed the recommended number of sprays (8) on three cat beds, a cat tree perch, my bed, and a blanket. Maybe that was too much. I still think the diffuser helped my cat at the vet. … more

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