Cat aggression is one of the biggest issues our cats face today.
Confined to houses, adjusting to our schedules and living with other cats.
Cats can become aggressive if they are suffering from pain, territory confinements or a fight for resources.
These remedies may help to reduce cat aggression if selected.
This garden contains:
- Organic Hops flowers
- Organic Linden flowers
- Organic Rose buds
- Organic Valerian root
- Organic Violet leaf
- Organic Yarrow flowers
All remedies in this garden are aimed at supporting the emotional needs of your cat. They are very nurturing and calming remedies.
How to set up your herb garden:
1: Put down a clean towel or blanket (one per cat)
2: Find a quiet space where the cat won't be disturbed
3: Let your cat investigate and be a part of preparing the space
4: Put a good sized pinch of a herb/flower in each corner
5: Sit back and let your cat enjoy the herb garden
6: Leave the garden down for 3-5 days (longer if possible)
7: Top with more herbs/flowers as needed
Signs of Self-Selection:
- sitting on or coving the herb/flower
- laying down/stillness
- closing eyes
- nostrils flaring
- slow, deep breathing