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This solution helps feral cats face their fears and moderate their sensitive fight-or-flight response. It’s important to know that this formula is not meant to domesticate feral cats, however in many cases, lowering their stress can help them to accept humans.

Jackson Galaxy Solutions have been helping improve pets health and well being for over 20 years.

  • They were designed by a veterinarian to work best when part of a more holistic program
  • Apply 3-4 times a day for best results
  • 2 oz bottle
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Special Note: Jackson Galaxy Solutions work best when part of a more holistic program, that may include proper veterinary care, diet, behavior modification, and other holistic modalities. Consult your veterinarian before adding any new product to your pet's care regimen. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Store in a cool, dark place and keep out of reach of animals.

Ingredients: Natural Spring Water, Proprietary Blend of Flower and Gem Essences including Avocado, Lady’s Mantle, Sage, Alcohol (as a preservative)


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M. A. (Palm Harbor, US)
Helped Socialize My Formerly Outdoor Cat

My formerly outdoor cat has been a happy house cat for 16 months. While she was outdoors, I used this formula regularly as part of our routine to socialize her. She would come on our screened-in patio, but only if the door were left cracked open. I put it on her rubber brush (no static electricity) and would groom her with it once or twice a day on the patio, where she also ate. She loved being groomed and seemed to like this formula very much. Using this helped us help her to associate the patio with positive experiences. It took a few years, yes years, but eventually, she started coming indoors for short stints. Then she started staying overnight indoors, so we switched both the grooming with this formula and her feedings indoors. When Hurricane Ian was approaching, we explained to her that we were going to close the screen doors on the patio and that she needed to stay indoors 24/7. To our delight, she not only stayed in, but also has not shown any interest in going outdoors ever since. She adjusted to being a house cat remarkably well. Everything indoors seemed new to her so we don't think she had been a house cat before, but cats are very smart and learn quickly. I used Pine Naturals Clumping Litter in a jumbo size box with a few pieces of the mulch from the yard on top (and a few sprinkles of Fresh Step Litter Attractant at first), and she immediately identified this as her litter box. I gradually eliminated the mulch pieces and the attractant. She will go out on the screened-in patio first thing in the morning when we go out in the garden to fill the bird feeders, and she enjoys watching the birds and other wildlife, but has no interest in going out there. Then she comes in for the rest of the day and night. i still groom her daily with the rubber brush and a comb, but gradually stopped needing the formula. I keep some on hand as well as some of the one that calms cats when firecrackers are set off around holidays. I have not needed the para-outta-site or fleaxx since she has been indoors, but highly recommend both of those as well. The first bed she would even sit in was a Jackson Galaxy donut bed, which she still occasionally naps in indoors, although she has transitioned to heated cat mat beds on the sofas. Thanks, Jackson Galaxy for all these excellent products and your advice about observing cats and listening to them and allowing them to make choices that they are comfortable with.

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Brynda Blowers (Maricopa, US)
It really works!

Lulu is our 10 year old feral kitty (adopted as a kitten) but she's always had high anxiety, is afraid of noises, strangers, etc. Recently after a traumatic New Year's Eve :-( we decided to try Feral Cat Soother. She instantly was more relaxed, started eating all of her food at every meal (she was often too anxious to finish) and has started playing with her little sister (before this it was just bullying) We've tried other things to no avail. I couldn't recommend it more for ferals. Yay for Lulu!

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Gwen McClellan (The Bronx, US)
Remarkable

I did a trap/neuter/release on feral kittens who ended up being malnourished, three months, old, along with their mother, who was perhaps nine months old, and looks like a tiny kitten, and then exploded and growth. kept them as indoor cats. The kittens are now perhaps 13 months old and the mother is perhaps almost 2 years old. Period Recently, some events occurred that really shook up one of them who became extremely reclusive. I searched and found this remedy, and began putting it in the water of all the cats, and all the feral cats are unfolding and more comfortable, and the reclusive, kitty is coming out of there a little house and sniffing my fingers and feeling more comfortable and it’s only been three days. I can’t tell you how grateful I am.

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JMD (Torrance, US)
Works for me!

I rescued a 6mo kitten, according to the previous owner, she is VERY SHY. But later found out that this cat is feral! I prep everything before bringing her home; but she hid for a week, hissed, peed and pooped everywhere…she is very stressed and scared. I immediately turned to Jackson’s videos and found out about his products. I decided to try this magical potion, and the exact day I used this, she let me pet her (while inside her cocoon), came out of her hiding place to eat. I think within 3 days, she let me pet her, she’s prowling around the house, she’s eating outside (designated feeding station) and sleeping on chairs and ONLY uses her cocoon to hide if she gets overstimulated by the noise. But overall she’s been more confident. I highly recommend this!

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Leah Rorick (Portland, US)
Absolutely amazing stuff

I have been feeding 2 outdoor cats for 2 years without any physical contact (they would run if we got within a few feet of them) After giving them feral flower for a couple months we can pet them and even hold one 😍