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VetriScience Composure Behavioral Health Bite-Sized Cat Chews

VetriScience Composure Behavioral Health Bite-Sized Cat Chews

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    Best thing i ever did

    By Missy on Nov 18, 2020

    I have two 3 year old "kittens" who have become very needy since I am home much of the time during the pandemic. They are still as playful as when they were 6 months but extremely needy for attention. It makes WFH and sleep difficult. I cannot ensure that they are playing 24 hours a day. I now give each I have two 3 year old "kittens" who have become very needy since I am home much of the time during the pandemic. They are still as playful as when they were 6 months but extremely needy for attention. It makes WFH and sleep difficult. I cannot ensure that they are playing 24 hours a day. I now give each cat one of these in the morning and one before bed. This has made life bearable!! … more

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    Picky kitty

    By JMac on Nov 12, 2020

    My 5-year-old neutered male cat has begun spraying. Could he have caught the household stress during the coronavirus? His vet suggested I try these treats. So I ordered them from Chewy, where I get his food. I have put treats down for him, tried hand feeding, put one in his dry food, but he will not My 5-year-old neutered male cat has begun spraying. Could he have caught the household stress during the coronavirus? His vet suggested I try these treats. So I ordered them from Chewy, where I get his food. I have put treats down for him, tried hand feeding, put one in his dry food, but he will not eat them. I will keep trying for a while, but if he continues to reject the treats, I will give them to the vet for some more appreciative cat. … more

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