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OK Stuff by LittleOne from Elkins, WV11/15/2011
I purchased this product hoping it would help eliminate my male cats' improper elimination. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. It does make him mad enough to spray in the wrong places. In the most part it works ok, I cannot afford the Comfort Zone products.
not so great by jean02/08/2013
my cats wouldn't touch it. They hated the taste. I will not be purchasing this again.
Does help by Biosquint from Tucson, Arizona05/01/2012
With 8 cats there seems to always be someone upset with someone else. I started using Quiet Moments gel along with a Feliway Diffuser. I used the diffuse first but it didn't solve the problems completely. So I started giving them the gel just when they were acting up the most, usually after dinnertime. It does help keep everyone in a better frame of mind for several hours after so we can all get to bed without a lot of drama. I would recommend giving the dose in food, not because they won't just lick it up, but because it is very sticky and tends to get all over the place if the cats shake their paw or it just drips. I feed wet food at night so it is easy to just mix it in. If your cats are having issues with each other for whatever reason (as if they need one!), I would definitely give Quiet Moments a try.
uncertain if this works by cat lover 1959 from Ohio02/12/2014
Not one of my cats like this product & they refuse to lick it.It smells and looks like Petromalt.
Very messy by Kim2012 from Chicago, IL11/11/2011
Perhaps this product would work better if my picky cat would eat it. He prefers the moist calming treats to this paste. Also, the paste is very sticky...I had a very difficult time removing excess paste from clothing (after my cat spit it out). It's back to the moist treats for my picky eater.