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Calming Aid for Cats

60 Soft Chews | Natural Relaxing Formula
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For cats that easily feel nervous, Calming Aid for Cats can be the perfect option. Formulated with premium natural ingredients, these delicious soft chews are designed to help your cat feel calm and relaxed. In easy to take soft chew form with tasty flavours, it makes those stressful situation that much easier for both you and your feline friend!

  • Aids stressful situations
  • Ideal during loud noises or travelling
  • Useful for separation issues
  • With Ginger for upset stomachs
  • Easy to take soft chews
  • Chicken liver & bacon flavour
  • Probiotic
  • Gluten-free
  • GMP
  • Cruelty-Free

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

Brewer’s Yeast

Brewer’s Yeast
A completely natural dietary supplement for cats, Brewer’s Yeast contains chromium, selenium, potassium, iron, magnesium and zinc as well as B vitamins. These make it useful for helping your cat to stay relaxed.


In the same way that humans drink calming chamomile tea to help promote a peaceful sensation, Chamomile can also be great for relaxing your cat. Thanks to the plants calming properties, it can also help soothe digestive issues.


When your cat is in a stressful situation, especially when travelling, they can begin to feel under the weather. Ginger is commonly used to help this as is known to soothe nausea and even help with bloating.

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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  • It actually works!

    E Emilia

  • My cat is a lot more calm with this and is making her deal better with our new puppy

    A Angela

  • Works like a charm and she no longer goes crazy when people come in the house

    I Irwin

  • Works well for my cat as she doesn't like travelling

    J Jenna

  • Our tabby has suffered with an upset tummy for a few weeks and so decided to get this - seems to be much better

    L Lucy

  • Ginger is a great ingredient and always look out for it with similar products

    R Rosie

  • Our cat gets stressed a lot and we were getting concerned about her confidence. Introduced her to this and seems to have finally come out of her shell

    P Paddy

  • This has really helped my cat in stressful situations

    G Grace

  • My cat really hates thunder storms but these have helped him when they occur

    S Simon

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