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Refill for Feliway diffuser.
Feliway® is designed especially for cats, is odourless, non-sedative and has no effect on people or any other animals. The Feliway® Diffuser is a discrete plug-in which bathes the home in a synthetic copy of the feline facial pheromone, a natural product proven to help relieve feline stress. Simply plug the diffuser in the room where the cat spends the most time.
Scientifically proven - Feliway® has been used by behaviorists, veterinary experts and welfare charities for the last 12 years and its effects have been shown in more than 13 studies published in reputable scientific journals or presented at veterinary conferences. The Feliway diffuser can be used to help reduct or prevent stress-related problems:
-Fekine urologic problems- cystitis
-Reduced desire to play or interact
-Eating disorders (loss of appetite/overeating)
-Disruption to the environment e.g. builders, visitors, new pet, new baby
-Help settle into a new environment e.g. moving house, cattery visits, adoption and socialisation
Feliway diffusers are plugged into a power point in the area where the cat spends the majority of its time or where the main problem occurs. The 48ml vial lasts for 4 weeks if left on permanently and will cover around 50-70 square metres. The unit should be replaced every 6 months to maintain effectiveness. Signs of stress include urine marking, vertical scratching, aggression, anorexia and over-feeding, over-grooming and under-grooming, house soiling, decreasing levels of activity and appearing withdrawn. Some cats may be able to cope very well with a stressful event or a change in their environment and may only feel uncomfortable for a few days or just for a few hours. In this case, stress is unlikely to have any serious consequences. However, others will have serious problems coping with even small challenges. These cats are far more likely to suffer acute or chronic stress, which can have a real impact on their health, contributing to or exacerbating problems such as cystitis, dermatological conditions, anorexia and obesity. Always consult your veterinary surgeon if your cat is showing signs of stress. Your cat's problem may be of a clinical origin and may require further treatment.