This spray is similar to cats' natural scent that they leave behind when rubbing up against people and objects at home. It can be sprayed in new environments or in cat carriers to help calm them and minimize aggressiveness. To use: spray 8 to 10 sprays in new areas or where you need your cat to be calm.
Some buyers reported the spray didn't work for their cat.
Contains L-Theanine and Thiamine to reduce stress without changing your cat's personality. Helps reduce anxiety and nervousness. Feature a chicken liver flavor that most cats love.
Chews are too big for some cats to have all at once.
Collar contains pheromones that help calm your cat and make him less stressed in new environments or while traveling. Helps reduce scratching and spraying. Lasts up to 30 days, has a lavender scent, and fits necks up to 15 inches around.
The collar is not breakaway and doesn't work for all cats.
Features all natural herbs to ease anxiety and stress without drowsiness. Also helps calm stomachs for car rides. Most cats only need one capsule, which takes effect in 20 to 40 minutes and lasts for 4 to 6 hours. Can be used for cats and dogs.
Capsules can be tricky to administer to some cats.
Features L-Theanine and Vitamin B to help calm your cat without making him tired or changing his personality. Can be used for cats of any age. Great ahead of car travel, trips to the vet, or during thunderstorms.
Has a strong smell that some cats don't like, and can be hard to chew.
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There are many cat travel aids on the market that are designed to help calm your pet ahead of travel or stressful situations in general. Many are available in treat or capsule form and can be given when you feel your cat will need them most. Some offer more ongoing treatment via a collar the cat wears or a spray you use on areas they typically mark or rub up against. Sprays can be used in cat carriers, which is great for cats that are nervous travelers. The key is finding the right travel aid that works best for your individual cat.