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Cat Attract (20 oz)
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Pro Biolac Kitten Formula 50g (1.76 oz.)
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Four Paws Easy Feeder Syringe for Small Animals
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Dr.Elsey's Cat Attract Feline Behavioral Modification Litter Additive contains a scent that naturally attracts kittens and cats to use the litter box. It was created through years of observing and testing cats in shelters and Dr. Elsey's clinic. Industry statistics show that non-use of the litter box is the number one behavioral reason cats are abandoned, abused, and placed in animal shelters. Designed for cats who are not using their litter boxes, Cat Attract is the first litter additive to specifically address this problem and provide a clinically tested and consumer proven solution..

Just 20 ounces of this patented product (one bottle) will treat 100 lbs. of medium size particle, non-scented scoopable litter. It is not intended for use with paper, conventional, pine, perfumed, cedar or litters containing baking soda. We recommend Precious Cat Classic or Precious Cat Ultra scoopable litters. Mix 1/4 of the contents of the additive bottle with a freshly filled litter box containing 20-25 pounds of medium sized particle, non-scented scoopable litter. Add 1/8 of this additive when-ever you add more litter.

*Helps bring problem cats back to the litter box

*Great training litter for kittens

*One bottle treats 100 lbs. of litter

*Lasts one cat over 3 months

*Superior odor control

Dr. Elsey’s Litter Box Solutions

Dear Cat Lover,

No matter how much you love your cat, if it is not using its litter box, you and your cat have a problem. In fact, non-use of the litter box is the number one behavioral reason cats are abused, abandoned, and put in shelters. In my 20 years as a felineonly veterinarian, I know the happiest cat families are those in which the feline residents use their litter boxes — and nothing else.

This booklet and my litter products are dedicated to maintaining a happy, healthy life for the cats in your household. If you have a new kitten or a problem cat, please read this brochure, follow the steps carefully, and use Cat Attract™. Cat Attract’s granular size, scent, and texture are specifically designed with your cat in mind. If the problem persists, take your cat to a veterinarian. Your cat may have a medical problem. Bruce Elsey, DVM

Why Cat Attract?
Cat Attract™ was developed through years of treating cats and testing litters in cat shelters and in my clinic. I found that many problem cats and young kittens prefer Cat Attract’s texture and particle size and are drawn to its unique natural herb blend.You will appreciate its superior clumping ability and natural chlorophyll odor control.

In testing, premium scoopable litters have proven to be far more effective with problem cats and kittens than conventional litters. Proper use will maintain a healthier environment for your cat.

The Golden Rule
Follow my Five Steps to a Happy Cat House and use the Cat Attract™ program to coax your problem cat back to its box or to teach your kitten good litter box habits.

Don’t punish your cat! Although you may regard your cat or kitten’s inappropriate house soiling as spiteful, a cat with litter box problems is either following its natural instincts or has a medical problem. Harsh treatment only contributes to a cat’s stress, and may worsen the problem. Re-train your cat and guide your kitten with patience using my proven techniques.

Don’t punish your cat! Although you may regard your cat or kitten’s inappropriate house soiling as spiteful, a cat with litter box problems is either following its natural instincts or has a medical problem. Harsh treatment only contributes to a cat’s stress, and may worsen the problem. Reward your cat with treats immediately when it does use the litter box. Re-train your cat and guide your kitten with patience using my proven techniques.

Five Steps to a Happy Cat Household

1. Replace Current Litter With Cat Attract™
Unfortunately, cats don’t purchase their own litter. If they could, they would buy a litter that has an outdoor, natural scent, like your freshly turned garden.

Cat Attract™ is the answer. It has a unique herbal scent that attracts their curiosity and the right texture for their paws. Although you may not be aware of Cat Attract’s scent, your cat will be.

2. Freshen Up
You don’t like a dirty bathroom, and neither does your cat.Your cat’s sense of smell is 1000 times better than yours, so clean the litter box thoroughly and refill it with Cat Attract™.

Remove feces and urine clumps daily; if your cat does not respond to a clean litter box, you may need to replace it. Some old boxes become scratched and permeated with a scent your cat may find offensive. Replace it and set up a second litter box in different area. Having one more litter box than you have cats is a good idea, just be sure the boxes are not next to each other.

3. Destroy the Evidence!
Once a cat has marked an area with urine or feces, a problem cat naturally regards it as an appropriate area for relieving itself. Do all that you can to eliminate any trace of odor from the “trouble spot.” Clean it thoroughly with Dr. Elsey’s Urine Removal Program.

Avoid ammonia-based cleaners, which actually contribute to the problem because of their urine like scent. Try to keep your cat away from the trouble spot by covering the area with a plastic carpet runner placed spike side up, self-sticking shelf paper placed sticky side up, or aluminum foil. A lemon-scented air freshener will also help in both repelling the cat and neutralizing the odor. If your cat still can’t resist the area, try placing its food there;cats are unlikely to urinate or defecate where they eat.

Use your cat’s own fragrance to your advantage: rub a cloth between your cat’s eye and ear to pick up its scent, then rub the cloth over the problem area.You can also use Feliway. This feline behavior modification spray mimics a cat’s natural facial pheromone…its friendly pheromone. Sprayed in the cat’s environment, it creates a comforting, reassuring feeling that reduces the impulse to urine mark or scratch. Recognizing this friendly scent on walls, curtains, or furniture, a cat is usually reluctant to mark the area again. Do this two to three times a day to be most effective. Cat Attract and Feliway make a great combination.

4. Consider a Litter Box Makeover
Hooded litter boxes are designed for owners, not cats. Try removing the hoods and rethink the location of the boxes. They should be in quiet, out-of-the-way places with convenient access for your cats, but no access for the family dog. (Some dogs will stand around a litter box and make the cat nervous.) Keep the boxes away from bright lights, loud noises, and vibrations from washing machines or furnaces.Have a box in an area that will not be bothered by toddlers oraggressive cats.

If possible, try placing one box in the center of the room where your cat will not feel trapped or cornered. Set up one more box than the number of cats in your household to cut down on traffic and mess. If your house has several floors, have a box on each level. Finally, do not put a litter box near the cat’s food dishes — this is no more appealing for a kitty than it would be for you!

5. Treat Your Cat to Some R&R
Stress is a leading cause of litter box problems. Fortunately, there is a lot you can do to ease your cat’s worried mind.Territorial by nature, cats need to feel secure in their environment in order to relax. In multiple cat households, make sure each cat has a separate “zone” with its own food, water, litter box, scratching post, toys and elevated perch for relaxing on. Heated beds and carpeted cat condos make excellent retreats for stressed cats; place them with an outside view. Play with your cat for at least 15 minutes every day, make sure there are plenty of toys to stalk and chase and that toys are rotated to keep them interesting. Hide treats and pieces of food for your cat to hunt and eat. Leave the radio or TV on while you are away to reduce boredom.

Cats and kittens are not small dogs, so the idea of “litter training” cats the same way you housebreak a dog doesn’t work. Kittens will naturally seek a place to dig but you can help them be consistent. The first thing to do with kittens is to provide accessible litter boxes. Kittens don’t have the “control” of mature cats and need to have litter boxes near by to avoid traveling too far. After feeding time, it is a good idea to place your kitten into a litter box. Kittens have a natural elimination reflex after eating. By putting them in a litter box, they associate the box with the reflex. You should also create easy access for kittens by placing a step up until they are large enough to be able get in the box easily by themselves.

The rightlitter is also essential for kittens. Cat Attract™ is ideal because it has the right texture for their paws and a natural chlorophyll scent cats like. Avoid using perfumed orcedar-based litters with your new kitten, as many kittens find them aversive.

Getting Kittens Started
A problem cat is one who chooses not to use its litter box. There are three likely causes: medical ailments, territorial marking, or behavioral issues. Knowing which category your cat fits in is only a first step toward solving the problem. Cats are creatures of habit, and will repeatedly soil the same spot.

In other words, a litter box problem that began with a urinary tract infection may continue due to habit long after the infection has been cured. Whatever the cause, it is important to treat problem cats with both behavior modification and stress reduction techniques.

Medical Concerns
Only one sixth of cats with urinary problems go outside the litter box. However, blood in the urine, increased frequency of urination, small, hard stools, and loose movements are signs of medical trouble that could lead to litter box problems. See your veterinarian to help evaluate your cat’s health, and recommend treatment if there is a medical problem.
Understanding The Problem Cat

Territorial Marking
Spraying, or marking territory with urine, is a natural behavior for both male and female cats. It is a form of communication, and should not be confused with ordinary urination outside of the litter box. Spraying usually involves just a small amount of urine and occurs on walls, furniture, the floor, or, occasionally, the owner’s clothes or bedding. A cat that is marking on the floor will leave just a small amount of urine. It will not turn around to sniff and paw at the area, as is the case in urination. It will just walk away after marking.

A trail of urine on the floor means the cat was standing to spray and not squatting to urinate. You can help diminish your cat’s need to spray by creating “friendly zones” by using your cat’s own pheromones or Feliway, a synthetic feline pheromone available in many stores.To use your cat’s pheromones, rub a soft cloth between your cat’s eye and ear.Wipe the cloth on the soiled area repeatedly over several weeks. This tells your cat this is a “friendly zone” and diminishes its need to mark the area. Follow the product’s directions, spraying it on the soiled areas several times for a month. Also, use it on high-risk areas like the edge of a sofa or on walls. Place scratching posts in areas that are marked so the cat will mark with the scent off its pads and not with urine. Try to keep stray cats away from your house. Cats may also mark their territory with feces. Signs of this type of territorial marking include defecation in a very conspicuous and unusual spot, such as on top of a table.Your veterinarian can also help you by prescribing various drugs to reduce marking. You may want your cat to have a complete physical examination to rule out any other problems.
Behavioral Problems
This category includes everything from box rejection (a cat who does not care for your choice of litter) and location preference (the cat who uses an out of the way closet instead of its box) to stress-induced soiling (often related to changes or upheaval in the household). Since all litter box problems are in some sense behavioral, these techniques make a good starting point for solving any problem. Be attentive, flexible, and above all, patient.With your help, your cat can, and will, learn to“think inside the box.”
The Real Tough Case
For the cat that consistently soils in the same spot, try placing a litter box with Cat Attract™ in the “trouble spot” for a period of 10 to 14 days. After this initial phase, move the box an inch or two each day toward the place where you would like it to be. This method takes a lot of time and patience, but it may be an answer.Alternatively, confine your cat for at least one month to a room that has not been soiled in the past. Provide a litter box filled with Cat Attract™ along with food, water,scratching post, toys and elevated hideaway. After a month, the cat should be consistently using its litter box and you can expand its territory to include two rooms, then three, and so on. Over time, most cats respond to this treatment, and can eventually be trusted to roam the house. Some, however, require a more rigorous treatment:

Confine the cat to a large cage or pet carrier that is elevated off the floor on a table or bench. Cover the entire floor of the carrier with litter. Create a small bed and a spot for water and food at one end. This will force your cat to use the litter. Over time, reduce the amount of litter in the carrier, so that the litter only covers a portion of the floor. Once the cat is consistently using only the litter-covered area in the carrier, bring it out into the room and proceed with the one-room confinement treatment outlined above.

Whichever treatment you choose, you are most likely to succeed using Dr. Elsey’s Cat Attract™. Cat Attract’s unique combination of scoopable litter and natural herbs will help your cat overcome resistance to other litters that may discourage use.

Senior Cats
Senior cats may need special help getting in and out of the box. Create a ramp to make it easier for them. For these cats, set up extra boxes on every level of your house.
Bringing an Outdoor Cat Indoors
A cat that is used to prowling outdoors may need help adjusting to life inside. Try mixing a few spoonful of dirt from its “favorite place” in with Cat Attract™.Your cat will be attracted to the box by the familiar scent. Here again, the use of Feliway will help create a sense of familiarity for your cat and reduce stress. Bring an outdoor cat indoors. Make outside doors less appealing by spraying them with citrus scent. Spray your cat with a water bottle or rattle a can of pennies if he goes near outside doors.
Welcoming a New Cat
The addition of a new cat may cause feline stress and litter box problems. Make introductions slowly, confining the new cat to its own room for a couple of weeks. Use Feliway in both rooms to create a calming effect for both cats. Sniffing and swatting under the door will acquaint the cats. When they finally meet face to face, you should expect tension or conflict for a couple of weeks before they settle down.

To speed the process, try wiping each cat’s fur with a separate towel daily. Then place each cat’s food dish on top of the other cat’s towel. They will associate each other’s scent with the positive experience of being fed, and grow tolerant of each other quickly. Make sure each cat has easy access to its own safe, elevated hideaway, and give each of them equal love and attention. Of course, remember if you have multiple cats, have one more litter box than you have cats in your household.

Moving to a New Home
Cats can be traumatized during a move to a new environment. To prevent spraying and other stress-related litter box problems,help your cat feel secure in its new home. Confine it to one room for a couple of weeks, so that it can acclimate to the new area without becoming overwhelmed.

Equip the room with all of the comforts of home…a large litter box, a bed, food, water, toys, scratching post and an elevated hiding spot. Be sure to spend extra time every day playing with your cat during this difficult time.You might also “prep” the new home with Feliway adding friendly pheromones to the new environment. Feliway is excellent for calming cats in stressful situations such as moving in or transporting to a veterinarian.

Stress a factor
There are a number of disease conditions where stress is a contributing factor in susceptible cats. Feline interstitial cystitis is a painful lower urinary tract disease in cats. The symptoms can come and go. For example, your cat may have blood in its urine on days one, three and five, but not on days two, four and six. This may lead to litter box aversion. Interstitial cystitis is the diagnosis in 65% of cats with blood in their urine, making it the most common lower urinary tract disease in cats. The treatment for interstitial cystitis is reduction of stress and feeding canned food. The canned food is placed in a dish next to the cats normal food letting the cat decide what food it prefers.

Other stress related diseases are urinary stones, obesity, tooth decay, type two diabetes, thickened heart muscle, inflammatory bowel disease, excessive self grooming and others. If you don’t think your cat is stressed consider this. Cats need twice the space that is provided in a normal size home. They live under the same roof with their natural predators, dogs, humans and other cats. In nature they communicate by marking their territory with urine, feces, facial and foot odors but we expect them to use litter boxes and scratching posts. They hunt and eat 10 to 20 meals a day, an activity that takes up much of their time and energy; we provide them with free choice dry food.

Carpet-How to Clean Up Cat Urine
1. Get some paper towels and blot up as much as you can as soon as you are first aware the cat used the area. 2. Cover the area with a towel or a pile of paper towels and stand on them. You may have to do this several times. 3. When you have soaked up as much as you possibly can, get the carpet cleaner or use a few drops of dish detergent mixed with water. Saturate the area with this, and just let it sit on the area for an hour or two. No scrubbing. 4. Rinse the area by gently blotting.Wet a sponge with tap water and rinse the area again. 5. Soak the area with club soda for ten minutes. 6. Blot up the club soda and place fresh paper towels or a fresh towel over the area. 7.Weigh down the towels with something heavy, e.g. books furniture, etc., and leave overnight. 8. In the morning, spray the area with Dr. Elsey’s Urine Removal Program, simply follow the directions. 9. Never use ammonia or ammonia-based products on the carpet. The smell may attract the cat to that area and can encourage cats to urinate in the area. 10. Keep the cat away from the area. 11. If the smell is bad and the cat continues to use this area despite all the cleaning, replace the pad underneath and clean the area under the carpet.
1.Wipe up the puddle with paper towels or a mop soaked in soapy water. 2. Clean area thoroughly and rinse with warm water.Wipe the area with a sponge damped with white vinegar. 3.Let the area air-dry.
Hardwood and Cement:
1. Blot up as much liquid as you can, then use Dr. Elsey’s Urine Removal Program. 2.If the smell is strong and the floor is concrete you can apply bleach two weeks after the last application of Dr. Elsey’s Urine Removal Program. If the floor has a hardwood surface,sand it down and refinish your hardwood floor.
1. Machine-wash your laundry using a cup of white vinegar and no detergent. 2. When the laundry cycle finishes, add detergent and wash regularly.
Because You Love Your Cat…
1. Neuter your cat. Neutering minimizes a variety of behavioral problems for both male and female cats, and eliminates the risk of unwanted kittens. It is the right thing to do. 2. Take your cat to your veterinarian for regular shots and check-ups. Even a healthy adult cat should make a visit once a year. Kittens and older cats require more frequent check-ups. 3. Your veterinarian may recommend that you feed your housesoiling kitty canned food. Your cat will consume twice the amount of total water in a day eating canned food than when eating dry cat food and it may be beneficial for better urinary tract health. Make the switch slowly, starting with just a tablespoon morning and evening and then gradually increase the amount over a two-week period. This will give your kitty’s digestive system time to adjust. 4. Protect your cat from household hazards. • Avoid allowing cats to play with string or yarn. Cats have tiny barbs on their tongues that make it difficult for them to spit out a piece of string. If swallowed, the string may cause intestinal problems. • Use caution with reclining chairs and garage doors; either of these can easily crush and kill a cat. • Discourage play with electrical cords. 18 • Many houseplants, such as Easter lilies, are toxic to cats. To keep your cat away, spray the plant with water, and sprinkle its leaves with powdered ginger. • Some household products, like Tylenol, Advil, and antifreeze, are harmful to cats. A lethal dose of antifreeze can come from a cat walking through a spill and licking its paws.

4.19 rating based on 31 reviews
Featured Reviews for Cat Attract (20 oz)
Cat Attract by Monika from Tampa, FL11/07/2012

I'm really not sure if it works or not; but will continue to give it a try. I has worked sporadically on my 16 year old cat. I'll try anything at this point. Bought 2 more bottles so will give it a while longer

Give it a try by Peggy from Washington DC metro area10/30/2012

Although I cannot definitely say this is working or not because the bad soiling behavior is still continuing, I think it is worth a try. Will continue to use it for a while. Much lower price on this site than retail stores. Treats a large amount of litter.

Good deal on this stuff! by CurlyQ from Schofield, Wi01/21/2012

I searched online for this litter additive when my pet store stopped carrying it. Even with the shipping, I paid less for the three containers that I ordered. My order arrived in a timely manner, with no surprises. Will order again when I run low, especially if the price stays the same.

Keep kitties in their forever home. by SQUIRRELL from Silver Spring, MD03/27/2012

The adoption agreement that the kitty rescue we operate requires that if a kitty can't be kept or cared for , it be returned to us. The biggest reason for returns (apx 3%) is not using the litter box. Some of these issues arose after a couple of weeks and some after a year or more. Once medical issues were eliminated, 100% of the remaining "problems" were solved by correcting behavioral reactions. We tried several solutions but found that Cat Attract solved almost all problems alone. Recently we had three former adopters call us within one week with this problem. This is more than we see in a typical year. We counseled with several possible solutions and after all else failed, proposed Cat Attract. All three came by for a sample saying they would be bringing the kitty back by the weekend if it didn't work. That was a month ago. If folks are serious about modifying a kitty behavioral problem this has got to be tried. I know it helps keep our kitties adopted!

Really good tool by estrella03/02/2012

My cat had developed an aversion to her litter box even though there was no change in her environment or the litter we were using. I tried this product plus the Cat Attract litter, got a new litter box, and she immediately began using it again to urinate. With a few other measures, it seems to be working. Plus the product has a pleasant enough odor - something like animal feed.

Saved my cat's life by ajr1805 from MN10/24/2012

I tried everything to break my cat's inappropriate defecating behavior. We were one month away from giving up and having him euthanized. This product works and has saved my cat's life. I used the instructions for a "real tough case" and it worked!! He has been free to roam our house for 1 month now with no issues. Thank you!!! I am ever so grateful.

Completely Changed Behavior by Sammy from Chicago, IL02/25/2014

My cat was going outside of the box for over a year. I tried new litters, new locations, new litter boxes, all with no success. Once I started using Cat Attract, there was a dramatic change in his behavior; now he uses the box almost 100% of the time.

Useless by Nevermind02/19/2012

Total waste of money. Both my adult male cats had NO interest in this at all. Save your money.

Try it, but may not work by hw10/22/2012

Our problem cat will use the litter box once before deciding to go in the hallway. That's an improvement, but not what I would have hoped. It's always worth the try, but success has not been achieved here.

It really works! by Petal from Pittsburgh Pa11/30/2011

I've used this product in the past and since I just acquired a new kitten I purchased more to make sure he uses his litter box. It has a nice herbal type smell to humans-to kitties it must smell great because it really draws them to the box. When I sprinkle some on the litter my new kitten actually comes and hops into the box! I just sprinkle a small amount over the top of the litter each time I clean the box and find that works fine. If you're having problems with your kitty using the box and have ruled out any physical problems, then definitely try this- it really does work.

Disappointed by Lily'smom02/13/2012

I really had hoped this would help me retrain my 5 year old female cat. But she has paid no attention to it. I've never had a cat that was so fussy about her litter box as this one is. If I move it a foot, she stops using it. She will use it (and I clean daily) for 6 months without a problem and then all of a sudden stop using it. This last go around I set up a litter box where she last pooped on the carpet. Now I have two litter boxes for one cat and she is using them both. She is winning!

Really Works! by Linda07/31/2008

This product is great. With multiple kitties in my home, we did have some urinating outside of the box at times. Found this product & sprinkled it in the boxes & voila! They were attracted to the litter boxes & the urinating outside the box problem disappeared. It does still work with litter brand Worlds Best Cat Litter although it mentions not to use certain types of kitty litter. I highly recommend it.

Absolute Miracle Worker by Mandi07/23/2008

I've had lots of problems with my male cats going pee outside of the box. I tried everything the vet told me to, changing litter twice a day, adding more litter boxes, trying different styles of litter boxes, using enzyme carpet spray of EVERY kind.... This is the only thing that has completely eliminated the problem! Kind of expensive I think, but I'm willing to pay for it if it means not cleaning the carpets regularly!

Not Worth It by Jeff from East Bay, CA11/13/2012

It's honestly just didn't work for my cat and it just made the litter box messier. This product was suggested to me because my cat kept soiling outside of the box. I couldn't find this product at any of my local pet supply shops & now I can see why, it just seems like a gimmick. The smell of the product wasn't too pleasing either & basically takes away from the point of having unscented litter.

Truly Works by Jess from Richmond, Virginia10/26/2011

My cat who has been litter box trained began to use other areas of the house (most likely because we moved). It became a huge problem so I chose pay a little extra to get rushed shipping on this product. I was extremely disappointed in how long it took to receive it (over a week and a half)! As soon as I got home I sprinkled it over the litter and he used the box within seconds! I have not discovered any other areas within my home he has used to go to the bathroom since I have started using this product.

What a Life Saver! by Angel's Mom04/17/2012

This herbal powder has finally convinced my old, partially blind, anxious little cat to use her box again. I tried everything and all kinds of cat litters, different boxes, different placements. Many other habit changes, but until I used this, nothing helped. Thank you!

A Day at the Beach by Ted08/23/2014

Having built a large sandbox I purchased Cat Attract in hopes of spurring/enticing them to use it instead of using my lawn or flower beds as their litter box. It worked, now they use the sandbox as their personal retreat. Morning and evening they come to sprawl and relax on the sand as if they were lounging on the beach. All that they lack is a valet to bring them their drinks. As for them using it as a litter box....lol.

This product works by Ichabod from Cedar Rapids, IA01/09/2012

One of our cats had decided to not use his litter box, causing much stress in our household. The vet perscribed medication, which did not work. One day I found an article recommending Cat Attract and thought anything is worth a try. This is the third time I have ordered and will order more as long as it works and our cat continues to use his litter box as it was intended. This product makes for a happier household all the way around.

my 18 year olds use the litter box again! by vezzie from windsor, ontario04/03/2014

I bought this to supplement the Cat Attract Litter, as I have two 18 year old cats, that were soiling outside the litter box, since I switched to this litter the two older cats are using the litter box again!

Especially helpful when moving by MKay from Nebraska04/27/2012

The cats don't often go outside the litter box, but when they do - this helps get them back on track. It was especially helpful when we moved and they had a whole new environment to explore!

Works great, smells like catnip by ckcurly12/17/2012

We started using Cat Attract about 5 years ago, when our cat was having problems always going to her box....since it smells similar to catnip, our cat was always in the boxes digging around...and it seemed to make her want to visit the boxes more often. The price was less than at the vet as well. Happy cat, happy owners....

I did not think it really worked by PatC08/29/2013

I thought my cat would be drawn to the little box more than she was.

by from 01/27/2012

Kitty is having a little problem. Purchased a couple of products to help and I believe they all did.

Debi by Chandler, AZ from Thank

Excellent Product

Cat Attract didn't really attract the cat for me by Pecan10/23/2012

I tried this to break a behaviour of urinating outside the box. My cats have been indoors their whole life so while they didn't see to mind the scent, it doesn't seem to draw them to the little box more than without it. Maybe it works better for cats who are used to the smells from outdoors?

by Scotty D11/23/2011

My cat hated it and refused to use the litter box. Cat Atract made the problem worse instead of better.

Cat Attract by Lisa from Mpls Mn01/09/2012

Helped pretty good to retrain my 2 year old cat to go to the litter box instead of the floor or bath mats. Still need work, but this has helped her tremendously get reaquainted with the litter box. It helps to always keep it clean too!

Cat Attract by Kim05/17/2014

Love this product and so does my cat! I would recommend this product!

Surprizingly effective! by marvigg from NY, NY10/05/2011

The Cat Attract litter additive worked with a stubborn, five year old tortie. So far, so good! She has not had a slip-up after the second day the product was in use.

The way to litter-train a cat! by UnaR02/28/2012

This has worked better than anything I've tried before for a stubborn kitty who wasn't happy about using his litter box. I thoroughly recommend it.

Didn't Work by Jan from Phoenix, AZ metro area02/12/2012

I use Breeze cat litter which consists of pellets. Cat Attract didn't work with that type of litter. I imagine that it works well with cat litter that has smaller granules.

Useful for some cats by shadowcatAZ from AZ11/13/2012

I purchased this in the past for my own cats and it was helpful for one who was having issues using the littlerbox. I am a petsitter, and I keep this on hand for clients whose cats might also have the same issues. It's not 100% - for cats with illness or serious behavioral issues, it's worth a shot, but there's no guarantee. However, for cats that are just a little stressed, or don't like a new box or new litter, it works great. It's certainly worth a try, and can help with what can be a really unpleasant problem.

It works by maggiesbuddy from Tampa, FL12/13/2010

I was washing the floors at least once a day with more and more toxic, noxious fluids, even used cayenne powder spread around. My kitty stopped using litter box almost immediately. I switched brands, from most expensive to almost dirt! Finally this was recommended. Along with the "Cat Attract Feline Behavioral Modification Litter Additive" because it was guaranteed to work in combination. Used it yesterday and IT WORKED! I used his hints too. I never had kitties before these two so I don't know what is reinforcement. But I was telling the "hoodlum" what a good little girl she was and I gave her treats when she'd use litter box to piddle. She did wander to areas around shower and toilet but I had put aluminum foil with double stick tape all over! She did piddle on a shag throw, so I will close the doors to access. But that she is using the pan is a 100% improvement!

Couldn't live without it by caca09/11/2013

Saved the day for me. While sometimes my cat misses and goes in front of the box they doesn't happen with this product. I will never stop ordering it.

Cat Attract Works by manyfurbabies08/17/2012

One of my cats, for whatever reason, started "going" on the floor just feet away from a clean litter box. Since using Cat Attract he has had a perfect record using the litter box again. Bravo Cat Attract!

Featured Reviews for KMR Milk Replacer for Kittens (8oz)
Best Kitten Milk Replacer on the Market by emchu from canada07/30/2014

I was asked to hand raise a kitten after its too-young mother rejected her a few hours after she was born. A growing kitten goes through a lot of milk, and this is by far the best price I've seen. It's also the best brand on the market (better than Hartz, please don't use harts!) and I prefer the can to the powder because the powder KMR tends to cause constipation in newborn kittens.

Featured Reviews for KONG Cat Wubba
they love it by 3 cats from Stanford, KY06/12/2010

I bought one of these, mainly to fill my order for the free shipping. My 2 indoor cats don't show a lot of interest in cat toys, but when I took this out of the package, they immediately wanted to play with it. It makes crinkle sound and jingles plus is catnip scented. They are actually fighting over who gets it! It has been 3 days since it arrived and still playing, I will have to order more to keep the peace.

Kong Wubber--Material Not As Described by absolutelycats from Shreveport, LA03/18/2012

TheKong Wubbas received are not made of the original nylon fabic and as pictured on your website. Material is soft and fuzzy. My cat is a chewer and enjoys destroying the nylon Wubbas. Not what my cat wanted!

one not enough by valrydee12/26/2012

Bought for cat, dog takes it away and keeps it, should of bought two. Light enough for cat to carry around and toss, Puppy actually like this one better than the small one for dogs, may be because she knows it is the cats tho. :)

Shadow loved it by 3 Dog Night from Pennsylvania12/05/2012

My cat Shadow found the Wubba in the box before we had even fully unpacked it. It was supposed to be his Christmas present ~ Christmas came early this year!

Destroyed in one day by theal8r from Northern idaho12/30/2012

My cat wanted to play with this before I even got it off the card. And play he did! He loved it to death, had it in three pieces in less than a day. But he did continue to play with the ball enclosing the bell for several days. Wish it was sturdier because he had a lot of fun with it. Have always had Kong toys for my dogs and found them to be incredibly sturdy, big disappointment here.

Great toy by lmdkewl from Lexington, KY11/01/2012

Gave this to my sis and her cats love this. Good quality and keeps your cats entertained.

Our cats love them! by Dee02/01/2013

We have bought several. They are machine washable and our cats are always trying to swipe them out of the clean laundry. I give them for gifts to other cat lovers!

Disappointing by Purrfect from MI11/06/2012

Totally ignored by our cats neither one showed any interest in playing with it.

Happy Day by justy from PA10/27/2011

It's a good day with Wubba. The legs are a crinkly enticement along with the catnip. It makes us all happy! Kitty feels good and we enjoy watching.

Puppies love this toy too by Whytedog from Northern MN06/27/2013

The puppies love this toy! The legs make a crinkle sound and the soft material feels good when they're teething.

Featured Reviews for Loofa for Cat - Assorted Colors
loofa cat toy by n/a01/01/2013

they are so cute and my kitties love the crinkle sound.

Excellent toy by fogbow from Alabama03/23/2012

My four Siamese are crazy for these. They carry them all over the house.

It's Ok by Jan from Niangua, Missouri10/16/2013

Mr. Peek A Boo didn't really care for this toy so I gave it to my friend and he loves them.

Not interested by Cynthia from So. San Francisco, CA05/06/2013

My cats haven't touched this at all, even if I put it in a bag with catnip.

A Wonderful Toy by Nash from Virginia09/26/2013

I purchased this for a 12 year old cat who still loves to play with toys, but is very picky about which ones he'll accept. It went over exceedingly well and is now high on his list of favorites. :-)

Cute toy by stray cat magnet from Ohio07/23/2012

Not big enough for bunny kicking, but if your cat likes to bat, toss or carry toys they may like it. Has slight catnip smell - can be enhanced by storing with catnip.

cute and fun by Recycler29 from SC12/18/2012

all three of our cats loved batting these around! Fun toy but of course, got pushed under the furniture all the time!

Cute Product by Purrfect mom from Delray Beach FL02/04/2014

My cats had no interest in the product even with adding catnip.

Loofa for cat by kiki from West Palm Beach03/03/2013

I bought this toy for a friend of mine for her cat, she said her cat loves this toy

my cat's couldn't care less by MamaTam from WA state12/29/2012

I hoped they would play with it but it lays on the same spot of the floor for the past 2 weeks now =( The price was right, but the play factor, no.

Not for my cat... by mc from VA04/06/2013

Thought she should try this one, since she was liking crinkly sounding toys from time to time. But, she won't even touch this one. Not even once. Dunno why, not even out of curiosity. Is a fine product though if your cat actually likes these types. Very cheap and very cute.

Favorite Toy by SLW from Los Angeles, CA09/05/2014

One of my cats loves to play with toys and these are her favorite. She brings them to me to play fetch. She tosses them around by herself and chews on them (until they become so gross I throw them away).

eh by Catmandoo from Gastonia ,nc ,usa ,earth , sol, milky way gal.12/05/2012

no bells, no whistles, no squeeks,,, but is cheap.Its what it is.

Love a Loofa by Dee from Seattle, WA11/30/2013

Some cats could care less about toys but most go crazy for Loofa. We do long term foster care for our local animal shelter and most of our cats love to play with toys, even the older ones. We like to rotate through different toys to keep things interesting but they have their favorites, and these are one. They will even try to steal them out of the box if we don't put them away as soon as the package is opened.

The most HILARIOUS toy! by The"Taz"mania&Hunterduo from Milner, Ga.11/23/2012

This toy was so much smaller than I expected so make sure you look at the measurements. But my Taz instantly loved it. He took off with it immediately. Carrying it in his mouth like he had caught a bird, up his tree and proceeded to guard it. Then all the sudden he will jump down and take off at top speeds and just play and attack his toy. Great product! I have to get 2 more. One for my other cat Hunter and one for my Pomeranian who loves to steal it. So fun to watch! This product gets a 4 star for sure!

Large crinkly cat toy by Loki'sMom from Wisconsin12/02/2012

This is a version of the popular Loofa toys for cats. It is a little on the large size, but there's crinkle material and catnip inside. If your cat likes carrying large toys around, he or she will love this. (My cat hunts a rubber duck at night)

Big fun in a small package by jabbers54 from Sacramento, CA05/05/2012

I thought the toy would be too small for my Maine Coon cat, but she loves to love it, then bite it.

Cats like them better than mice by Paula from Glendora, California04/07/2014

In the past i have purchased dog type toys that resemble these loofa's. My cats carry and throw these around with much more ease because they are cat sized. Coming home from work I find them in places around the house that they were not in, in the morning, before left. i frequently find them in the beds, mine not the cats. Next time i place an order I would probably order more.

loofa for cats by rennie from sault sainte marie,MI.01/03/2014

well I fell in love with him. my cats not so much.

Looks are deceiving by EllieHarman12/24/2012

This toy is much smaller and cheap looking than expected.

dog-faced loofa for cats. by lieper12 from Nashville, TN12/07/2012

A major hit! First, the loofa was put on the table casually and then sniffs of interest were ignored. My sister's cat gathered up the loofa and took it to the living room to play with and then hide. Other cats then approached, as did those dogs. The loofa is small enough to bat around and carry, but large enough to last through cat attacks. The only down side is no red loofa dog for cats.

Don't bother by dandy01/07/2013

Nothing here is worth it....................................................................

My cats, Penny and Fritz loved these. by rozcats05/30/2012

I volunteer with the Humane Society of Greater kansas City. They use Kong toys for their animals waiting for adoptions. They recently put a need for more Kongs for the shelter in their volunteer newsletter, Cyber-Tails,' which received a lot of donations. So, I finally bought a few that my cats love.

Loofa by shannon12/04/2009

My cats go crazy for this product! It is just as great if not better than the jingle balls!

Featured Reviews for Pro Biolac Kitten Formula 50g (1.76 oz.)
by from 05/22/2013

Great stuff for the rescue kittens by Maureane from Durham, NC08/26/2010

I have nursed quite a few orphaned or abandoned kittens - some of them starting as young as a day or two old. Pro Biolac is the best. It is much less likely to give them diarrhea than the "best selling brand" and usually clears up diarrhea if they already have it. Of course it doesn't cure parasite infestations or infections, but is a useful complement to drug therapy in those settings. I think this must be due to the pro-biotics. The kittens gain weight well and also seem to like it better than the powdered version of other brands.

Featured Reviews for Tropiclean Puppy & Kitten Shampoo (20 oz)
mild all around by Hana from Kailua, Hawaii11/10/2012

Due to weekly Ocean swimming and various ages of dogs we find this to be mild yet cleansing and non drying and use it alone or blended with something else depending on the dog. It says puppy, but it is good for all.

Featured Reviews for Four Paws Easy Feeder Syringe for Small Animals
Easy feeder syringe by katlady from Fairless Hills,Pa10/28/2011

Good quality and ease of filling and dispensing make these washable syringes" tops" for me. Nicer to use than syringes that are used with sharps;easier to clean too!

Featured Reviews for Four Paws Pet Nurser Bottles for Baby and Small Animals
Good tool for nursing kittens by Foster Mom from Crystal River FL10/17/2014

I foster kittens for adoption and it is hard to find the pointed nipples (which fit in kittens mouths more easily) with the nursing bottles. Most of them are the rounded tips (good for puppies). Was happy to find the pointed tip nipples as the kittens punch holds in them with their teeth as they get a little older before time to wean them.

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