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Tomlyn Relax & Calm Chicken Flavor Small Dog & Cat Supplement

Tomlyn Relax & Calm Chicken Flavor Small Dog & Cat Supplement

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    A bit of calm

    By RLS60 on Nov 8, 2017

    These chews are quiet large for cats. We had to cut them into multiple pieces. The first night we introduced these they were a hit but the second time we tried he wouldn't eat the treat. The third and fourth tries were somewhat better but not as successful as keeping him calm. I can say that they These chews are quiet large for cats. We had to cut them into multiple pieces. The first night we introduced these they were a hit but the second time we tried he wouldn't eat the treat. The third and fourth tries were somewhat better but not as successful as keeping him calm. I can say that they work sometimes. … more

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    Cats won't eat

    By Tawny on Feb 20, 2018

    These are huge, and for a cat, have to be broken into about 6 pieces for them to be able to eat. At first, the cat who needs to eat these, would eat them...but after a couple of days (one chew each day), he refused. I gave one to another cat, she ate it the first time, after that, she would not eat it These are huge, and for a cat, have to be broken into about 6 pieces for them to be able to eat. At first, the cat who needs to eat these, would eat them...but after a couple of days (one chew each day), he refused. I gave one to another cat, she ate it the first time, after that, she would not eat it. I've tried several more times. These chews are refused. Now I have a mostly full bag of these things. For what it's worth, the chews did seem to impart some calmness to those cats on the days the chews were eaten. I think they are very poorly designed for a cat to eat, and they do crumble some when broken apart. Apparently they are not very tasty either. … more

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    These are huge, and for a cat, have to be broken into about 6 pieces for them to be able to eat. At first, the cat who needs to eat these, would eat them...but after a couple of days (one chew each day), he refused. I gave one to another cat, she ate it the first time, after that, she would not eat it. I've tried several more times. These chews are refused. Now I have a mostly full bag of these things. For what it's worth, the chews did seem to impart some calmness to those cats on the days the chews were eaten. I think they are very poorly designed for a cat to eat, and they do crumble some when broken apart. Apparently they are not very tasty either.

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  • Cat's sense of smell....

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    I've purchased quite a few supplements over the past few months, and my cats have rejected every one of them. They can smell the " medicine" in them. Expensive experience.

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  • Treats too hard

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    Neither cat nor dog would get by the smell to eat them. They are not soft but hard enough to cut with knife.

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  • Cats wont touch them.

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    We tried another brand which they ate for a few days then wouldn't touch either, so they will go to our local shelter. Having better luck with the pheromone diffuser and CD+Stress food with L-tryptophan, the main ingredient in the calming treats we tried. I would recommend the food and diffuser, if you are dealing with anxious kitties. They LOVE the hairball treats so we gave it a shot.

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  • Even the outdoor strays won't eat them

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    We brought home a new cat. She won't eat them. The existing cat, she won't eat them. An entire outdoor cat colony, they won't eat them.

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  • cats won't eat

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    Cats will not eat even when buried in their canned food ......

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  • Not very tasty

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    I intended these for one of my hyper cats who has taken to marking in the house. He usually eats everything but unfortunately, did not like these. I offered them to my other cats, seven in total, and not one would eat these.They sat next to the water dish for a couple days.

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  • Too big.

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    I bought these for an anxious cat and the pieces really are huge. She just sniffed at it and walked away. Now she won't even sniff at it. All the rest of her cat food is about 1/8th the size. Even her other treats are about 1/4th the size. I don't think she trusts it.

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