Feliscratch by Feliway

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  • Feliscratch by Feliway
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Feliscratch by Feliway For Cats Redirects Unwanted Scratching On Furniture To Scratching Posts And Toys

Feliscratch: Feline Interdigital Semiochemical (F.I.S) analogue: 0.5%

  • Scratching is normal behaviour which has both a physical and emotional function for cats
  • Cats scratch to mark their territory, groom their claws, practice climbing and to keep their agile predator bodies nicely stretched and ready for action
  • It is an essential behaviour that needs to be redirected rather than stopped – even when their scratching is happening on the vertical and horizontal surfaces of our furniture and homes
  • Preventing or punishing scratching may leave your cat anxious or stressed
  • Feliscratch helps you to redirect the scratching behaviour to an acceptable location

How Does Feliscratch Work?

  • When cats scratch to mark territory, they leave both a visual marking and a scent marking
  • We can see the visual message as scratch marks, but only cats can detect the scent message
  • The scent left by the cat comes from a pheromone between the pads of the cat’s paws. When cats detect this pheromone, they are automatically induced to scratch in that location again
  • Feliscratch is a training program that helps redirect scratching to a desired location using:
    • A synthetic copy (Feline Interdigital Semiochemical F.I.S) of the natural cat pheromone message that directs the cat where to scratch
    • Dark blue pigment that leaves stained lines that mimic the visual message left behind by cat scratches
    • Natural Catnip to attract your cat to the desired location for scratching
  • It has been clinically proven to help reduce, stop and prevent unwanted scratching on vertical and horizontal surfaces

Suitable For

  • New kitten training - use to help prevent the development of inappropriate scratching behaviour from the beginning of the kitten’s life in your home
  • Newly adopted adult cats - use to help teach the adult cat where it is appropriate to scratch in their new home
  • Scratching post training - use to introduce your cat to scratching posts for the first time or to introduce a new replacement scratching post to the home
  • Scratching redirection - use to train your cat to move their scratching behaviour from an inappropriate location to preferred locations - including long term unwanted scratching behaviour
  • Changes in the home environment or moving house - use to direct stress response scratching to appropriate locations to avoid damage to your home and furniture 
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