My PantherCat is trained on a harness and goes in the car with me without any problems. I bought this to help him stay calm on a 2hr ride to visit my boyfriend and he didn't meow at all!! Its so cute its like putting a velcro diaper on him LOL he plopped down on the floor after i put it on but he loves it. This is also good for keeping him chill in strange and new places. One night he meowed in keeping us up because we couldn't let him out of the room and my boyfriend asked "did you put on his shut-up shirt?" so it worked pretty good and he did shut up.. This isn't a shirt, its actually a Shut-Up Shirt but its all good cause my cat loves it
My large Siberian Wonder Fuffy-pants has always been a yowler. I have tried everything, including drugs. Working at home during the pandemic, he screams and screams and screams at me to take him for a walk, get him a snack, pay him attention, while I try to work. He rarely sleeps and does not eat much. He yowls several times per night until I wake up and yell at him to shut up. This is a photo of him sleeping happily in his shirt at 2 pm - a time he would NEVER sleep and NEVER let me work unless I lock him in the bathroom downstairs. He has now slept through four nights in a row in his shirt. So have I. I am at my computer working while he sleeps. I have not been able to do that since I used to go to coffee shops to get some work done in peace and quiet. I am ordering another so I can alternate and wash them. I have tried so many things and this is the only one that made an immediate and appreciable difference. Plus he is now eating regular meals and sometimes he is just quiet while he is awake, just looking around and not yowling.
My cat (6 yrs old) has separation anxiety and is very skiddish. Will sit and meow at closed doors and windows for no apparent reason. She also wakes up around 4 am and meows until the sun rises. My cat weighs 12.5 lbs, so I went for the large. It shipped fast and I was excited to try it out (but honestly not THAT optimistic about the possible results). It was surprisingly easy to get on. The next few minutes Zoey stumbled around not sure what to make of it and tried to take it off a few times. Eventually she became content with it and holy smokes!!! She's completely relaxed! I cooked dinner and was banging pots and pans around, no fraidy cat! She just sat there and watched peacefully. Also, the meowing has completely stopped. I hope the shirt's magic doesn't wear off.
Oh my! We can handle car rides now! I used to cry, I felt so horrible, but now she is totally calm and either looks out the window or lays on the floor. She does the "freeze and flop" at first (which I find hilarious) but this is a game changer!
parent to three feline siblings here. Our guys were barely four-weeks-old when we first brought them home and very sick. Fast forward two years: they're now enormous and highly active, Siberian-mix cats… and an oft-naughty trio! Over these past couple years, shirts have helped (and continue to help) us with myriad, feline behavioral issues. The first shirt, we bought in hopes of quelling our girl, Tawny's, extreme vocalization issue — which was SO loud and persistent, we honestly worried about disturbing our condo neighbors. Fortunately, Tawny took to the shirt like a fish in water! Not only did it succeed in completely calming her down / shushing her up… she lovvvves that shirt so much, she actually *prances* around when it's on (no kidding). Our boy cat, Raymond, went through a very long period (1+ year) of self-suckling and suckling his sisters' fur. We tried every, possible recommended cure — including getting him a stuffed animal buddy with a mechanical heartbeat and internal warmer. Then, we bought a second shirt for Raymond, fingers-crossed… and success again! It wasn't long before Raymond went from constant-suckle-mode to once/twice-per-day, then eventually stopped altogether. Our third cat, Polly, although gregarious and confident when at home, was *terrified* of unfamiliar people — not to mention being taken even two steps outside our door… say, to the vet. I'm talking: yowls so intense, one might wonder if the animal was being tortured. Needless to say, we felt as horrible subjecting Polly to such fright, as likely she did to enduring it! Two months ago, during a sibling-on-sibling Wrestlemania, Polly's retina was scratched. Waking up to find her eye swollen shut, we needed to get her to the vet… hopefully, with as little drama as possible, on the day before a long car trip. With Raymond's shirt on, plus hope and a prayer, we loaded Polly into her carrier without a fight… in fact, during the entire trip to the vet, Polly only made but one small peep! So, we bought Polly her own shirt, and now we have three (one for each cat).
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