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It does work :)
on 25 January 2012
My cat started ripping up the carpet, peeing on anything that was left on the floor, slippers, letter by the front door, rugs, etc and was also losing weight. She watched me like a hawk and was following me around like dog. I only had to move forward in my seat and she was up and next to me ready to follow me in case I left the room. A case of extreme anxiety.
I thought she was ill but after a vets visit he suspected it was stress following building work on our house and recommended Feliway, telling me it really works and is actually used in the large cats house in London Zoo to help de-stress large captive cats. I thought if its working on them - its worth a try, but I was stunned at the cost of this at the vets and decided not to buy there, and to take a leaflet and check it out.
I'm glad I did - because Amazon is selling this around 60% cheaper than the vets!! I decided to try it.
It does seem to work. Cat has stopped scratching and ripping, and wetting all over objects. I think it IS the spray, because when I forgot to spray one day, we were back to square one with the widdling on the floor. I was amazed to be honest. She is calmer, more affectionate and looks much more relaxed and smiley (in a cat grin sort of way!).
I have only been using for a week or so, and the recommended time is much longer but I can honestly say it HAS made a difference. she's put on weight too.
If you are using a spray, I found that just a few squirts in the areas she was soiling, once a day was enough, It wasnt neccesary to spray the whole house. (Who could afford too!)
Although expensive, I decided that the ripping and weeing on my brand new carpet in the hall stairs and landing - would have cost me more. Its not just the damaged items, its the arguments that follow - because as you know cat urine is almost impossible to remove, and it ranks as one of the worlds worst smells. (second only to a cat with diarrhea!!!). Try calming daughter who has gone nuclear because said feline has peed on her £120 Uggs boots not once but THREE times!
Worth a try. Might save your carpets, your sofa, your tears, your marriage...and your cat! ;)