|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients: (Per 1 Chew) Thiamine (Vitamin B1), C3 Tm (Colostrum Calming Complex), L-Theanine....||Active Ingredients: (Per 2 Soft Chews) L-Tryptophan, Chamomile, Thiamine...||Brewers Yeast, Canola Oil, Chicken Liver Flavor...||Barley Flour, Brewers Dried Yeast, Brown Rice Flour...||—|
|Lifestage||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Kitten, Adult, Senior||All Lifestages||Adult|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Meat, Chicken, Liver||Unflavored||Poultry, Meat, Chicken, Liver||Chicken||Chicken|
|Special Diet||—||—||—||No Corn No Wheat No Soy||—|
|Breed Size||—||—||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
Neither of my cats would touch these things. One of them is kind of a snob about treats so I was expecting it, but the my other cat Larry has no standards and no dignity. She’ll eat anything, or so I thought. She literally turned her nose up at these and proceeded to beg for a granola bar. I don’t think she recognized these as food. Great idea, bad execution!
We adopted two kitties and our cat, Rajah loves to bite his Siamese brothers private parts and thigh. He was already spraying outside his litter box after urinating. The calming diffusers did nothing, but we give him these calming treats along with PetHonesty calming treats, *knock on wood* it’s been working. He’s still slightly aggressive but there’s not a thought between his eyes, the Siamese is able to escape before he even realizes he’s gone.
I bought these for my cat in preparation for her first flight. Although she gave the chews a few licks, she was not interested in actually eating it. Not sure how well they would've worked if she did take them. Could maybe try hiding in a pill pocket
allows me to cut my very precious semi-feral colony rescue's front nails with no problem & even trim some of the massive amount of hair on his belly which he does not like furminated...he likes the furminator everywhere else. yay for composure!
Seems there’s something in these tidbits that does not appeal to my cat. She’ll sniff and walk away. Even tried mixing a few in with her regular dry food. She’ll eat all around and leave these. So perhaps they’ll work for other cats but not mine.
The only side effect is a good one, totally calms, smooths out the rough edges in their fuzzy brains when kitties are anxious. It relaxes the Russian Blue and B&W sister and brother. I split 1 chew between the 2.
I bought a few different calming supplements for my cat to test out. This one he would not eat at all. I guess the smell threw him off. I wasn't able to test how effective this is for my cat as he refused to eat them. I still have them, so I'll give them a shot some other time, but compared to the others I bought for my cat to try this one he liked the least.
I got these for my cat to help her through hours of neighborhood fireworks. Worked like a charm! She doesn’t really like many treats, but she ate these with no coercion needed! They really helped her “chill out” and she didn’t appear to be nervous or terrified while the fireworks were going on!
I got these treats to calm a couple of my cats but I can't get any of them to eat them. They are too big and hard for cats to chew.
I live with five, four males and one female. I thought that at least three of them could possibly benefit from this product for different reasons, but none of the five will eat them and frankly I don't blame them! They smell awful, like chemicals. They smell worse than old school medicines they used to try and feed me when I was young. They take one sniff and walk away. I've even tried leaving them on the floor for the day on three separate occasions hoping somebody would eat it. Not a chance.