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  1. 216 of 219 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Makes feral cats into loving house cats, August 9, 2011
    By 
    Michelle M. Clowser (San Lorenzo, CA USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Nature’s Miracle Just for Cats Calming Spray Stress Reducing Formula, 8-ounce (P-5780) (Misc.)
    They may not be able to say that, but I sure can. I rescued a 4 week old kitten from my backyard, who was already feral. She hid so much I barely caught glimpses of her. My 13 year old cats were a little on edge also. I had the option of this and the plug in version from Feliway. I tried this spray first. I rolled up a washcloth, and secured it with a rubber band. I sprayed the cloth and just threw it in the middle of the room. The bottle will say you need to spray it every day, but cats can smell very well and mine were still playing with this rag a week later, despite no additional sprays. Three weeks later and as I am writing this, the kitten is stretched out behind my head on the couch napping. She “asks” to be pet. The older cats are not only less stressed, but they try to play with the kitten also. It should be re-named: “Happy-Cats.” It mysteriously ends up in different rooms… I understand that this spray is very good for kennels, play rugs, cat scratch posts, stuffed animals and just the wall or door. It has a very light “spa” scent to it, which my sensitive sense of smell doesn’t detect except briefly as I am spraying it onto something. A bottle goes a very long way. I recommend re-spraying about 1/week. If you have a feral, try the plug-in simultaneously. If you simply have a stressed cat, this bottle should suffice. READ THE LABEL- and DO NOT spray it directly on your cat. Cats are people too. Now cat owners have more than luck on their side.
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  2. 111 of 112 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wonderful Results!, January 15, 2012
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    This review is from: Nature’s Miracle Just for Cats Calming Spray Stress Reducing Formula, 8-ounce (P-5780) (Misc.)
    I recently adopted a 1 yr-old cat from a local shelter. She had been neglected by her former owners at a crucial phase of social development and terrorized by the family dog, so she came to my home sick, terrified and withdrawn in the corner of her crate for four days. I then decided to pick up Nature’s Miracle No Stress Calming Spray at a retail pet store, in hopes that it would help her to feel safe in my bathroom, before introducing her to my other cat and the rest of the house. The spray was $9.99, about 30% more than Amazon’s price.

    Day 1 of using No Stress Spray: Upon spraying the bedding and the towel on top of the wire crate, I noticed an almost-immediate difference in the cat’s temperament. Her posture was less rigid, and I could hear her batting a ball-bell around later that evening. Her food dish was empty the following morning, and she had successfully used the litter box. I have since been applying the spray every other day. One spray on top of the crate, one spray on her bedding, and one spray to a blanket with hot h20 bottle in the opposite corner of the bathroom.

    Days 6 & 7: She started purring and became receptive to chin scratches, pets, and rolled over for belly rubs.

    Day 10: I found her out of the crate for the 1st time, snuggled up in the blanket next to the hot water bottle, and she came out of hiding for interactive play.

    I haven’t tried other pheromone plug-ins, collars or sprays, but I’m fortunate to have found such a wonderful and effective product at such a reasonable price! The others that I’ve seen have range in price from $12 to $36, and only last for 3 weeks to 1 month. In my opinion, this spray really works! It is worth the money, and I will purchase it again, that is, if I ever reach the end of this bottle.

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  3. 126 of 129 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I was skeptical, but this turned out to be what I needed!, April 8, 2013
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    This review is from: Nature’s Miracle Just for Cats Calming Spray Stress Reducing Formula, 8-ounce (P-5780) (Misc.)

    This is a little long. The gist of it is this: I think it depends on the cat, but all three of my cats have drastically reduced anxiety. It won’t fix all your problems or change the entire temperament of a cat, but at least in my house all three cats are much more relaxed, they sleep better, they are friendlier towards me, and the non-recognition aggression from one visiting the vet is going away much faster with the spray than without. Read the rest if you like long-winded cat lady stories with details. Or if you are trying to integrate or reintegrate cats and it’s 3am, you have to get up for work in like two or three hours but you can’t sleep because of the meowing and door scratching, and all you can think about is how you’re afraid to leave your angry cats alone while you’re at work and you feel like it the whole arduous process will never end and you desperately need moral support because you can’t tell anymore whether, after four days of this insanity, whether it is actual meowing you hear or whether it’s now just all in your head and you maybe never even owned cats to begin with, maybe you’re in an asylum somewhere and this is just a horrible fever dream. Because that was me last night, friend. I’ve been there.

    I have three cats– two four year olds from the same litter that I’ve had since they were weaned, and a former stray cat who is about ten or so. I’ve had the former stray for five or six years. All are spayed females. The older cat and the more boisterous of the two younger cats have never had the best relationship, as the younger one bugs the older one a little too much and they both want to be the dominant ones. The younger boisterous one had a two night stay at the vet’s last week and came home smelling and acting different, so unsurprisingly I’m dealing with some non-recognition aggression. I’ve tried putting them all together (seemed to work at first, but the older one got really scared by some unknown thing and I had to separate them), and now they’re in separate parts of the apartment, separated but with their food on either side of my bedroom door.

    The vet/foreign smells seem to not be an issue anymore, as the older cat (who is the angriest by far) can smell the younger one on me, or near the door, or she can hear her meow and it just isn’t a big deal. I did the towel trick and the vanilla trick, and no one seems to care about scents anymore at all. Only when the older cat sees the young one does she get really upset and start hissing and growling and sometimes yowling. I’m doing the thing where you open the door an inch or so while they’re eating, and give them their favorite treats when they can see each other to reinforce the positives. It doesn’t seem to be progressing that much, but I could be biased since I haven’t really slept for the last few nights because when I’m with the older cat, the younger ones cry and want me to come back over to their side. When I go to their side, the older cat cries till I come back to her. Not my most favorite week ever. I live in an apartment and don’t want to drive my neighbors nuts with the constant meowing, so I even went so far as to sleep in the hall next to my bedroom door so I could easily switch between rooms and I could try to calm down whoever was crying by singing soft songs about them and whispering to them. They love that, so it sometimes makes them cry a little softer or scratch less, this I don’t have to go back and forth as often. I’m trying to rationalize this here, but obviously, cat people like me are nuts enough to do this crap. No excuse really. We’re nuts.

    I asked a bunch of my friends (all multiple cat households) what I could do that I haven’t tried yet. A few suggested the calming spray, which I had dismissed as snake oil the first time I saw it. “How gullible would you have to be to buy THAT,” I thought. But friends I trusted who are parents to very nervous cats swear by it, and I figured I had nothing to lose but ten bucks. I’m feeling pretty desperate and want this process sped up. I love my cats so much, but this reintegration is a little high maintenance for me. Singing songs to them is crazy enough but sleeping on the floor in the hallway while they scale me like a mountain and scream from the top of my butt is not how I envisioned my adult life to be. Help.

    Today I had a friend get some spray on his way home and drop it off. I sprayed it all around the area with the two younger cats first. It could have been my imagination, but the boisterous young one seemed to get kind of sleepy. Not like she would be if she were sedated, because she was still alert and responsive like normal, but she seemed a lot less on edge. Could have been my imagination though. The other younger one, who I haven’t really mentioned since she’s not really part of the conflict, she suddenly got really frisky and her tail puffed up and she zoomed around. Not like anything was wrong or like she…

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