Stress in cats
Do you find your cat hiding under the sofa at loud noises, running away from the hoover the moment you get it out or yowling when they have to go in the car? All these may be signs that your cat feels stressed or anxious in these situations. Unfortunately, most of the time we can’t avoid these from happening, but the good news is that we can help our pets through it. One of the main techniques is to distract them, be that through putting the radio on while you’re out, giving them a fun new toy or making sure their travel carrier is seen as a safe place. Another great option is to use natural supplements that harness plant-based ingredients known to aid relaxation.
Calming Aid for Cats key ingredients
Giving your cat soft chews
When you’re looking to give your cat extra nutrition, there are a few options you can choose from. For those feline friends that refuse to take pills, going for a soft chew instead could be the ideal choice. Perfectly sized and easy to chew, your cat will love chowing down on these, and with tasty meaty flavours, they can actually enjoy eating it too!
For cats over 12 weeks old, give them 2 soft chews 30 minutes before a stressful situation (if possible). Do not exceed more than 2 in a 12-hour period. During this time, make sure they have plenty of fresh drinking water available.
Glycerine, Potato Flakes, Brewer’s Yeast, Full Fat Linseed, Rapeseed Oil, Tapioca, Chamomile, Ginger (0.04%).
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My cat gets really freaked out at fireworks and loud noises and whilst shes still kind of scared this helps