ThunderEase for Cats:
Why Do Cats Scratch?
Scratching is a natural behavior. Cats mark their territory by scratching. This territory marking is both visible (scratch marks) and invisible. Cats leave “territory messages” from their paws, that only other cats can perceive. In many cases, scratching in your home is in fact your cat’s way of expressing discomfort.
Why do Cats Spray?
Sometimes, cats mark their territory by urine spraying. Although this is a natural behavior, frequent urine spraying can be a sign that your cat is unhappy about something, stressed or anxious.
Some Signs of Stress:
- Scratching in many areas in the house
- Spraying urine on vertical surfaces like walls
- You have two or more cats
- There are stray or roaming cats outside
- You had recent changes in your home
How does it work?
Cats mark their territory by rubbing their face on things like furniture, plants, and even you. These pheromones help cats get to know their environment better as well as helping them feel more stable in their home. ThunderEase replicates natural feline facial pheromones for a drug-free, vet-recommended, calming solution that puts an end to unwanted behaviors like scratching and spraying.
Our younger male cat was picking on our adult female cat so we got the multicat pheromone diffuser. We plugged it in right under their cat tree. The fighting lessened but it still exists. The length of time that they fight has shortened and the cries and hisses have lessened. So overall life is better and quieter but he still has to make a statement every now and again.
This really works! We have a nine year old cat who is very nervous and indoor only. He wouldn't sleep through the night, would run up and down the halls, and was driving us crazy until we got the ThunderEase Diffuser. He seems so much calmer since we got it. We are putting one in every room of the house.
We have a lot of cats, both old and kittens. Everyone has calmed down greatly since we got a ThunderEase Diffuser. They're not just friendlier to each other, but to our guests also. Age didn't seem to matter, it works for all of them, although the kittens did seem even more content.