Felicia (verified owner) – December 16, 2017:
My 4 year old cat strugglings with separation anxiety and when I am home he struggles to be self-sufficient—needs my eyes locked on him 24/7. He is literally happy and chill if I just look at him. He will become vocal for hours if I am in a room he cannot be in or if I’m in the same room not focusing on him. He is not destructive, but becomes spiteful and attacks his bio-sister until she yells or hisses because it does not fail to get my attention—even tho the attention is non-verbal and not physical— I just pick up his sister and walk away from him. It still seems to gives him a “oh nice she noticed what I did, yay” feeling. But he has caused battle wounds to her, which is my biggest concern with his behavior. He is a very active cat, so I do have to play with him to keep him happy and healthy. He brings me the toy he wants to play with and waits at my feet like a dog…He gets 15 minutes of play before work and then 30 minutes when I get home and at least 2 more 10-20 minute sessions before bed. He has so many different types of toys and cat furniture that would make any cat/owner jealous. He goes to the vet once a year for his annual work up and medically he is a healthy fur baby. He is just clingy, but I absolutely love him and have accepted my fate. There are medications to help calm this type of behavior, but I do not feel it is at an extent to need pharmaceuticals. A friend told me her positive experiences using Hemp and CBD treats (not this brand) for her hyper-active and overly protective 2 year old dog. So, I finally gave these treats a shot. I started with half to introduce it—he’s 11lbs—started to kick in about 15 minutes later and he just began looking around like he was in a familiar yet new place. He fell asleep shortly after. Since then he takes 3 and about 15 minutes later he is relaxed and doesn’t let all the outside noises freak him out, isn’t overly vocal, and plays by himself! His mellowness last for a few hours and he is relatively calm even 5+ hours after. The only reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5 is that initially he would eat them, but after 2 feedings he will only eat them if they are broken into pieces so he can smell and taste them right away and they are not as hard (they are very brittle once broken). His sister will not even touch them because of their hardness. Slightly softer treats with a slight crunch, not chewy, would be much better for my picky cat. Thanks for the great price and super quick delivery!!
nyssa2u (verified owner) – January 21, 2018:
Both of my cats (2 and 2.5 y.o.) struggle with anxiety and territorial issues, it was so bad that every single day I was breaking up cats fights and cleaning up pee from them marking everything. So we decided to try these out and rearrange our living environment so that they could have more room away from each other. Both solutions worked wonderfully. It’s been almost a month since I’ve had to wash cat pee off of something and almost 2 weeks since they’ve fought with each other. Both of my cats are between 10-12lbs, and so the chart says to give them 2.5 treats, but that quantity knocked both of them out completely for quite a bit, but 1 treat each mellows them out very nicely. These are definitely something we want to buy again and again.
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