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Sentry HC Good Behavior Pheromone Cat Calming Collar

Sentry HC Good Behavior Pheromone Cat Calming Collar

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    Very Positive For The Girls!

    By CatLadyOnly2 on Jan 9, 2021

    I first bought one of these collars for my 16 yr old torty-tabby Ginger, who was caterwauling in the morning and generally feeling her age. This seemed to calm her down and alleviate what seemed like distress. Seeing how it helped Ginger, I decided to try it on my other cat Daisy. Daisy has trouble accepting I first bought one of these collars for my 16 yr old torty-tabby Ginger, who was caterwauling in the morning and generally feeling her age. This seemed to calm her down and alleviate what seemed like distress. Seeing how it helped Ginger, I decided to try it on my other cat Daisy. Daisy has trouble accepting affection and seems almost skittish (after 7 YEARS.) I adopted her at 7 months old and Ive always thought she didn’t have enough early human contact. In any case, her behavior really did seem like anxiety. 24 hours after putting the collar on, she was snuggling with me and she let me approach her to pet her. She just seems calmer and happier. I loved the old cat but the “new” cat just seems more content. … more

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    Did not break away or calm my cat

    By GaveMeAFright on Jan 16, 2021

    Got this to try and help my anxious cat from stress-marking my couch. Thought things were fine at first and was hopeful. This hasn’t really done anything to help relieve my cat’s anxiety, she’s still marking furniture, and to make it worse: the collar does. It break away easily (if at all). My cat was Got this to try and help my anxious cat from stress-marking my couch. Thought things were fine at first and was hopeful. This hasn’t really done anything to help relieve my cat’s anxiety, she’s still marking furniture, and to make it worse: the collar does. It break away easily (if at all). My cat was playing and all of a sudden got her bottom jaw caught under the collar and struggled to get free. The collar didn’t even loosen by a fraction. I had to just take it off completely since tightening it would have made it too tight for her to wear. Instead of calming her down, this episode has scared her instead. … more

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