A Calming Collar

Introducing a cat collar that?s both fashionable and calming

By Sandy Robins | Posted: June 7, 2010, 3 a.m. EST

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This is just a gorgeous model posing. Izzy hasn’t started wearing hers yet.
A box arrived at the front door last week from Sergeant's containing some really useful products including the latest pheromone collars for cats.

This is such a great idea because cat parents face so many feline stress and anxiety situations on a regular basis.

The Sentry Good Behavior Calming Pheromone collar contains all natural ingredients known for their soothing and calming effects. The efficacy of the collar is a month. What I like about it is that it also has a safety breakaway clasp and is deemed safe for both kittens and adult cats.

I wish the collars had been around a few years ago when we moved to our new house because the whole ordeal really stressed my late cat Muffin.

Next week, Cherri and Nick are going to Colorado for a few days. Isabella and Mr. Pants are going for a “staycation” to their Granny Rhoda’s. Although they have visited on numerous occasions in the past, Isabella takes time to settle in. And besides, she is still a bit “grumpy” about having to deal with Mr. Pants’ boisterous kitten behavior. So I handed the collar to Cherri for Izzy to wear for the car trip and on her little vacation.

For anyone traveling this summer, this is an excellent idea to help reduce feline travel anxiety and help a cat adapt to a new environment. The manufacturer also says the collar can be used to reduce separation anxiety (a lot of cats hate being left home alone). The collar can also help reduce destructive behavior that can result from boredom, as well as inappropriate markings.

And the best part – they are lavender in color – beautiful and very fashionable right now. It happens to be a really good shade for the already beautiful Isabella.

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Cathy    Hubbard, OH

6/8/2010 6:21:12 AM

This is a wonderful idea. Only one problem, is my cats are not used to wearing collars. I know they should be, but they go crazy if you put one on them.

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