Ceva Animal Health has expanded its Feliway range with a product to help unwanted scratching behaviour in cats.

Feliscratch can help redirect scratching on to desired locations, says Ceva.

Feliscratch contains a synthetic copy of the feline interdigital semiochemical naturally produced by cats and, when applied to a desirable scratching surface, encourages them to scratch there again.

Clinically proven

According to Ceva, Feliscratch is the only product clinically proven to help redirect scratching behaviour on to a desired location and can help prevent inappropriate scratching with newly adopted cats or kittens.

Claire Russell, Ceva pheromone product manager, said: “Scratching is a major problem in cat-owning households, with many owners experiencing damaged carpets, sofas and other household furniture.

“Feliscratch can help redirect scratching on to a desired location, such as a scratching post, and can be used in conjunction with Feliway Classic and Feliway Friends to help prevent other stress-related behaviours.”

Feliscratch is available in a pack of nine single use 5ml pipettes.

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