Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Cleveland Ohio (Believeland!)
Hi, since no one has commented I thought I'd chime in.
In your situation, they're hammering out a pecking order which is normal. So long as they're not injuring one another, I'd let it play out. Calming collars certainly wouldn't *hurt*. It is said they take a while to kick in, but I've used them and notice some difference rather quickly, plus I think they smell nice too.
My best example of success with these collars is when I had to put my Princess on a plane all by herself to go to Little Rock ahead of my arrival a week later. Mind you... this was delivering her to a friend's house who had 6 other cats and poor Princess wouldn't even have her mama and so as such would be a great state.
We were in Little Rock for 8 months with all those cats and well, it was just not a good situation all around. It did seem to me that the collar helped, although I will say that my Lilah has always been a pretty adaptable girl. For a high-strung already temperamental cat, it might vary.
Last edited by marie73; 03-27-2017 at 05:59 PM.