Feliway Diffuser Refill (48ml)
The Feliway Diffuser continuously releases the Feliway pheromone into your cats environment to help reduce their stress levels.
- Helps reduce your cats stress levels
- Odourless and easy to use
- Diffuser comes with one vial included
- Each vial lasts for one month
Feliway is a synthetic copy of the feline facial pheromone, used by cats to mark their territory as safe and secure. By mimicking the cat’s natural facial pheromones, Feliway creates a state of familiarity and security in the cat's local environment.
As a result, Feliway can be used to help comfort and reassure cats, while they cope with a challenging situation and/or help prevent or reduce the stress caused to a cat during a change in their environment.
When to use a Feliway Diffuser?
The Diffuser is ideal for multi-cat households, moving home, introducing new pets, redecorating, new furniture, settling into a new home, parties at home, and for firework nights. The Feliway Diffuser can also be used to provide further support to the Feliway Spray and Feliscratch by Feliway in scratching and urine spraying/marking.
How to use the Feliway Diffuser?
The Feliway Diffuser is designed to be left on continuously and will cover a space of 50-70m2. Avoid placing the diffuser behind furniture, doors or curtains or underneath shelves as this can make it less effective. Each diffuser refill will last for 30 days. Directions for use:
- Removal the refill vial cap.
- Screw the refill vial onto diffuser unit.
- Plug the diffuser into an electric socket.
- Leave the diffuser switched on continuously.
- Diffuser refill should last 4 weeks.
- Do not plug in behind a door, curtain, behind/underneath furniture, or in the direct line of an air conditioner.
Feliway Spray can be used to help manage behavioural problems like scratching and urine spraying. It can also be used to help reduce your cats stress levels during travel and trips to the vet. For more information, see Feliway Spray.
Feliscratch by Feliway
Feliscratch is designed to encourage your cat to scratch a designated surface. Scratching is a normal and healthy behaviour, but it can be destructive and hard to live with. By redirecting your cats scratching to an appropriate surface, such as a scratching pole, both you and your cat will be happy! For more information, see Feliscratch by Feliway.