Feliway Review for EntirelyPets

Feliway Review for Entirely Pets

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feliway Diffuser

Feliway Diffuser and Feliway Spray

Yes this is a cat product and we are a dog blog but I know that many of our readers also have cats and while we don’t usually give advice, tips, or product reviews for the cats with the addition of our foster momma cat and her kittens we thought this would be the perfect product at the perfect time. Our Feliway arrived just days before momma cat had her kittens so as soon as I heard that the kittens were here and before I got anything else ready to go and pick them up I plugged the Feliway Diffuser in and closed the door to the room I thought they would be using so that the pheromone could get into the room fully. I have to say shipping was super fast. Within days of entering the campaign I had my package which was fantastic. I hate ordering things online and then having to wait forever for them to arrive because lets face it when you shop whether online or in the store you want your product as soon as possible.

Misty Momma Cat
I picked up momma cat and if you read our first post about them called Foster a Cat you know that she was not at all happy about being in the car. She slept a little and then the rest of the time she was climbing all over the crate and meowing. Not a happy cat. When we got home I put momma and her babies in the room where the Diffuser had been going and she calmed down immediately. While I can’t say for sure that the Feliway worked its magic I know she calmed down and started to pay attention to her babies. I set them up in the room and everything was quiet she didn’t cry or try to get out of the room so it must have calmed her at least a little bit.

As you know I had to take her out of that room and put her into a more confined space where she couldn’t hide her babies under bookshelves. Unfortunately that room only has one double outlet and I felt that there needed to be a small light source in the room in the form of a night light which did not leave room for the Diffuser. Not to worry I left it going in another room so when momma got upset and wanted space from her babes I put her into the room with the Diffuser going and she relaxed after about 10 minutes. I didn’t even think about it but I should have brought the diffuser with me when I went down to Atlanta for the weekend and brought her with me I know it would have helped her relax and not want to scratch on everything she came into contact with. Here in the house she has never scratched her claws on anything, at the hotel the first time she left the bathroom she tried to sharpen her nails on the carpet. She is growing her kittens in the bathtub which I felt was the safest place for both her and the kittens while they grow you can read more about that in Meet the Kittens. I am thinking that just having the diffuser going in the house has allowed the pheromone to get all over the house even with some of the windows open and the balcony door open sometimes.

I haven’t used the Spray version but plan on donating that to the shelter where Momma Misty is from so that they can try it out when they get in the feral cats who are less then happy to be in cages and no longer roaming free. I think t will help and might make them adoptable to homes instead of as barn kitties. Not that there is anything wrong with Barn Kitties but if they can have a more spoiled life and a simple spray can help them I think that is awesome.

What is Feliway?
Feliway (Comfort Zone) spray and diffusers prevent cats from urinating where they shouldn’t. This fantastic new pheromone Feliway spray or diffuser duplicates the smell of a cat’s natural scent glands. Cats will not soil anything close to where Feliway has been sprayed.

Containing the synthetic scent hormone, the plug-in diffuser allows the Feliway scent to permeate throughout the environment. Each plug-in will cover an area of 50 to 70 square metres and lasts approximately four weeks. Alterations in the cat’s environment such as visits to the vet, moving house, new arrivals, or nervous cats may manifest themselves as a change in behaviour such as urine marking, scratching, loss of appetite and refusal to play and interact. The diffuser helps to restore a feeling of calm in the cat. Early feedback on this product has been very positive, particularly for nervous cats.

Feliway does not do anything to other pets in the house as it is a natural pheromone. Only cats can smell it and are calmed by it. Dogs can breath it in without any ill effects or any effect at all. You will just have a calmer and happier kitty which might make your dogs happier because the cat isn’t hissing and spitting at them nearly as often.

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of The BlogPaws Pet Bloggers Network for EntirelyPets all thoughts and opinions are our own.

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  1. Hello.

    I’m not sure where you are located or when you posted this but I was wondering if you could let me know if this cat is the cat I think it is.

    When I was younger we got a kitten that looked just like this. For weeks we couldn’t decide on a name. Finally my mum chose ‘misty’.

    Since she was a kitten she used to sit in my lap any chance she could. I’d sit down and try to put a plate on my lap as I had breakfast and she’d be there before I could do so. She slept on my bed. She chased her tail like a dog. In the evenings she had her ‘funny hour’ when she would do weird sounds and jump around like crazy. She comes to her name when you call her. She loves jingling keys and also came to them.

    She was an indoor cat but used to escape out of a vent we didn’t know about. She’d come home pregnant and have ginger, black, black & white, striped and ginger white & black kittens. She had five litters because she would sneak out as soon as she’d had a litter and we wouldn’t be able to neuter her in time. So we gave the kittens to loving homes. I still know some of her kittens (now cats) as I gave some to good friends.

    Anyway when misty was a few years old my brother was diagnosed with autism. And he would do things that other people wouldn’t. Like he would pick up anything. Including poop. So my mom had to give misty away because she was a messy cat and it was too much to handle with a severely autistic son that doesn’t understand ‘germs’ or ‘life vs death’

    Anyway I just googled misty cat and images and saw this blog and was sure it was my misty.

    Now I don’t even know if you still have this cat (or if she’s still alive), and I’m not trying to take her back at all. I just want to know if this is the ‘misty’ that I used to play with. And if so that she went to a happy home. I can tell you look after your misty well. I’m only writing to you for closure as one day misty was there and then one day my mum told me she had to take her to a cat home.

    Please reply even if I’m wrong.

    • Hello Sarah, I am very sorry to hear that your cat Misty kept getting loose and getting pregnant.
      This Misty was named by the Shelter Director of Rabun Paws 4 Life. I think she was probably under a year old at the time that I was fostering her. This litter of kittens was likely her first and certainly her last.

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