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FELIWAY Classic Diffuser Refill 6 Pack $108.82 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU


● VET RECOMMENDED: Feliway Classic is the #1 vet recommended solution to help cats adjust to challenging situations and curb stress related unwanted behaviors
● REDUCES SCRATCHING AND URINE SPRAYING: Clinically proven to reduce scratching and urine spraying in 9/10 cats. Results may be seen as early as 7 days
● DRUG FREE SOLUTION: Our diffuser mimics a mother's natural nursing pheromones, which helps to put cats at ease, and reduce conflict among cats
● COVERS UP TO 700 SQ FEET: For best results, the Feliway Classic Diffuser should be plugged in continuoulsy in the room where the cat spends the most time, and you should avoid plugging in the diffuser under shelves and behind doors, curtains and furniture
● EACH REFILL LASTS UP TO 4 WEEKS: This product is the refill only - you need to purchase a diffuser separately. To maximize effectiveness, replace the vial every 4 weeks, and the diffuser every 6 months

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  • Relative to local prices this is absurdly cheap. I posted a deal for a 3 pack a few months ago at ~$60 that was well received

  • this feels like a dodgy aromatherapy for cats deal?

    • It really does work for nervous cats though, helps a lot during house moves and drastic changes in their daily routine.

    • If you did a little research you would know that's completely false

      Furthermore if you went to a dedicated cat veterinarian you would basically see these plugged into every PowerPoint.

      They are very good at calming anxious and nervous cats

    • Heh, I understand. I’m skeptical myself, and all supporting evidence from my vet regarding Feliway was anecdotal/confirmation biased.

      There haven’t been many non-feliway sponsored clinical trials on the product.

      Seems there is limited evidence for effective reduction of some behaviours in some cats.

      Links to relevant studies, and input from Vet here -