Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray

Product reference 17125UK
Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray uses pheromones, which are clinically proven to promote feelings of reassurance, and reduces general anxiety caused by everyday stresses around the home.
BeapharCatComfort® Calming Spray is a simple and effective solution to reducing problem behaviour in cats, such as inappropriate scratching and urination, or general feelings of anxiety. This handy spray is perfect for use anywhere around the home, and can be sprayed directly onto your cat's bedding, helping them feel settled and preventing destructive behaviour.
Beaphar CatComfort® contains a copy of the naturally produced cat facial pheromone, which gives a reassuring message to let cats know that this a safe area for them to be in.
Ideal for everyday use, during events such as fireworks or parties, and is especially useful in cat carriers during stressful travel or trips to the vet or cattery. Each application lasts for up to 5 hours.

ALWAYS FULLY READ THE PRODUCT INFORMATION BEFORE USE.

Apply approximately 9 sprays of Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray per application. Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray lasts up to 5 hours and can be reapplied as necessary. If you are using Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray in a cat carrier or similar area, you must wait 15 minutes before placing your cat inside.
REMEMBER:

DO

• Spray cat carriers 15 minutes before use
• Spray on cat flaps to encourage use
• Spraying targeted areas can help prevent marking or unwanted spraying
• Spraying window ledges can reduce general anxiety caused by neighbourhood cats

DONT

• Do not spray scratching posts, as this may prevent your cat from using them
• Do not spray cat carriers while the cat is inside
• Do not spray directly onto the cat

ALWAYS FULLY READ ALL THE PRODUCT INFORMATION BEFORE USE.

Storage/Disposal: Store in a cool, well ventilated safe place. Protect from sunlight. When product is empty, dispose of packaging and bottle in the household rubbish.
Warnings: May be fatal if swallowed. In cases of oral ingestion, contact poisons centre immediately, do not induce vomiting and seek medical advice. Keep away from heat, sparks, open flames, hot surfaces and all sources of ignition - no smoking. Do not spray on a naked flame or any incandescent material. Do not inhale spray. Avoid contact with eyes. Should accidental eye contact occur, rinse immediately with clean, fresh water and seek medical advice if irritation persists. May cause drowsiness or dizziness. Do not spray directly onto the animal. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

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  • QWhen can I use Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray?
  • A Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray is suitable to be used in many situations, some of which include:
    •    Cat carriers to reduce stress during travelling
    •    Cat flaps to encourage use
    •    Targeted areas around the home to help prevent marking or unwanted spraying
    •    Window ledges to help reduce general anxiety caused by neighbourhood cats

    We recommend you DO NOT spray Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray on scratching posts, scratching boxes or scratch mats as this may prevent your cat from using them.
  • QHow long does each application of Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray last?
  • A Each application of Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray lasts up to five hours.
  • QCan I spray Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray onto my cat?
  • A No, Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray should NEVER be sprayed directly onto your cat or into the cat carrier while your cat is inside. This could harm your cat.
  • QCan Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray be used to reduce motion sickness during car travel?
  • A Yes. Motion sickness in cats can be greatly aggravated by stress, which can cause hyper-salivation, nausea and vomiting. Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray can help to reduce this stress, thus helping to reduce the symptoms associated with motion sickness.

    Using Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray in your cat’s carrier can help reduce stress before and during transport, and avoid the appearance of these symptoms. Simply spray in each corner of the carrier 15 minutes before introducing your cat to the carrier.
  • QHow long should I use Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray?
  • A The spray should be used for every journey, trip or visit to the vets, as often as needed. The spray lasts up to 5 hours and can be reapplied as necessary. It can also be used on targeted areas around the house for as long as it takes for the problem behaviour to stop, or before potentially stressful situations are anticipated.
  • QCan Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray bottles be recycled?
  • A Yes. Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray bottles are made from recyclable plastics (PET).
  • QCan Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray be taken on a plane?
  • A DO NOT carry the spray by plane. The liquid inside the spray is highly flammable and unsuitable to be carried by plane.
  • QIs Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray safe to use if you are pregnant?
  • A There is no interaction between people and the pheromones in Beaphar CatComfort®, so it is safe to use. It is also safe to use around pregnant animals.
  • QWhat is in Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray and why does it smell?
  • A The spray contains a synthetic copy of the Feline Facial Pheromone in an alcohol-based solvent. The odour comes from the liquid and will quickly subside.
  • QCan I use the liquid from the Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray in a Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Diffuser?
  • A Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Spray is alcohol based and should NEVER be used in the Beaphar CatComfort® Calming Diffuser. This could pose a serious fire risk.
  • QWhat should I do if my cat’s behavioural problem is not solved after one month?
  • A There are several possible reasons that your cat's behaviour may not have improved after one month of using the product.

    • If the organ that identifies pheromones (Jacobson's organ, also called vomeronasal organ) is inflamed, your cat may temporarily be unable to identify pheromones.
    • It is also possible that your cat's behaviour is not related to stress. Lack of appetite and aggression, for example, may be symptoms of physiological or organic diseases. If in doubt, consult a vet.
    • Make sure your cat really has the ability to change their behaviour. For example, urination in inappropriate places may be due to poor placement of the litter box, lack of litter boxes (relative to the number of cats), or dirty litter.
    • Similarly, to avoid scratching at inappropriate places, it is imperative to provide a scratching post, in a place exposed to the view of all (your cat wants to leave a message of territorial marking to others).

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