You can stop cat litter box problems by reducing your cat’s stress levels. Many anxious felines stop using the cat litter box. Instead, they go all over the house and mark spots, for their comfort.
There are easy ways to prevent cat anxiety, and in turn, halt your cat litter box problem. Natural flowering essences that are liquid, odorless, and colorless which mix in well with food or water twice a day to fool kitty in taking what’s good for her – to calm her down!
These flowering essences relieves kitty anxiety so that she is calmer, uses her litter box, and trusts you.
There are all kinds of terrors in a kitty’s life. For Scout, it’s as simple as me accidentally coming pounding down the stairs to get something to eat, drop a fork in the kitchen, yell at the television (baseball and politics, don’t get me going!), or raise my hand suddenly for whatever reason.
Here’s a homeopathic remedy that has done wonders for Scout:
Homeopathic Nerve Ease
Put several drops in kitty’s food twice a day.
Nerve Ease is safe for cats and humans – there’s no side effects.
Easy to administer in food or water – just put a few drops in.Nerve Ease Works within 24 hours of the first dose – Scout stopped jumping at every little noise.
Because Nerve Ease stops cat anxiety, Kitty doesn’t urinate outside the box, because she’s no longer anxious, and feels the need to mark spots for comfort.
Try Homeopathic Nerve Ease if you and your kitty are these situations:A new member joins the household – human or animalMajor renovations done to your homeStrangers who come inside your homeThose trips to the vet which are almost NEVER fun for kittyLast, but not least: the monster vacuum cleaner
You can buy a 30-ml bottle of Nerve Ease for $6.99. Compare this with the money you’ve spent replacing things damaged by cat urine, and you’ll see this is a small price for huge savings.
Buy Homeopathic Nerve Ease now, and eliminate cat anxiety while reducing damage in your home!
Here’s a couple more remedies that work well to curb cat anxiety.
To find out about other calming flowering essences for situational cat anxiety , click on the link.
If you’re interested in a long-term calming remedy that will last about a month, read about the Feliway Plug In.
For more information, here’s a good article on feline fear.
If you’re looking for a more permanent way to get your cat to stop spraying — which I recommend most of my blog readers to do — give Cat Spray Stop a try. Created by Susan Westinghouse, a vet and cat specialist, Cat Spray Stop is an all-encompassing guide designed to help you stop cat spraying in your home in as little as 30 days using a unique method called the TTS method.
I have tried Cat Spray Stop with great results, and have also published a review of it over here. Good luck!
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