Cats suffer from anxiety - just like humans.
They can hide their emotional state very well and usually it's only when the issue is severe that we notice.
If your cat is over-grooming or having territory issues they may select the remedies in this garden.
The garden contains:
- Organic Angelica Root
- Organic Chamomile flowers
- Organic Hops flowers
- Organic Jasmine flowers
- Organic Lavender flowers
- Organic Valerian root
Angelica and Jasmine can be calming, Chamomile and Lavender relaxing, and Hops and Valerian soothing.
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