feliway® spray

Feliway spray is clinically proven* to help reduce or eliminate issues like scratching and spraying.  Feliway is also clinically proven** to help reduce stress related to traveling and visiting the veterinarian.  Feliway acts as a "detractant" - spray the product where you do not want your cat to mark or scratch.  (Do NOT spray scratching posts)

Simply spray 8-10 pumps of Feliway on doorways, cat-flaps, furniture and other objects around the house that your cat may be tempted to mark.  The effects of the spray last 4-5 hours, re-apply as needed until the behavior stops.

For areas that your cat has already marked, thoroughly clean the area first, then spray Feliway where you cat likes to mark. We recommend using Urine Away™ to permanently reduce urine odor and stains.

Use Feliway Spray in the cat carrier to help comfort your cat anytime you travel or go to the veterinarian.

Always wait about 15 minutes before letting your cat near any sprayed areas to let the alcohol dissipate.

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*Pageat P. Functions and uses of the facial pheromones in the treatment of urine marking in the cat.  Proc XXI Congress of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association, Jerusalem, 1996.  

White JC, Mills D.  Efficacy of synthetic feline facial pheromone (F3) analogue (Feliway) for the treatment of chronic non-sexual urine spraying by the domestic cat.  In Proc 1st Int'l Conf on Vet  Behavioral Medicine, Birmingham, 1997, 242.  

Hunthausen W. Evaluating a feline facial pheromone analogue to control urine spraying.  Vet Med 2000: 95; 151-156.  Mills DS, White JC.  Long-term follow-up of the effect of a pheromone therapy on feline spryaing behavior.  Vet Rec 000: 147; 746-747.  

**Gaultier E, Pageat P, Tessier Y.  Effect of a feline appeasing pheromone analogue on manifestations of stress in cats during transport.  In Proc 32nd Congress of the Int'l Soc for Applied Ethology, Clermont-Ferrand, 1998, 198.  J. S. Pereira, S. Fragoso, S. Lavigne, A. Beck, et al.  Proc of the 2014 Int'l Congress on Semiochemistry and Management ofAnimal Populations, Apt, France, Nov 2014; pp 89-90.