Composure™ chews for cats are a calming supplement designed to promote relaxation during stressful situations. Examples: Your cat is headed to the vet. You had a new baby. You are having guests over for the holidays. You heard there's about to be a thunderstorm. Whenever your cat is stressed, calming chews offer positive support. Three main ingredients work together to support relaxation without affecting your cat's energy levels or personality. The Colostrum Calming Complex Biopeptide Blend supports stress reduction and cognitive function; L-Theanine helps the body produce other amino acids to bring specific neurotransmitters back into balance; and B vitamins (thiamine) affect the central nervous system to help calm anxious animals. No herbals used.
I had high hopes for these things honestly as I'm trying to progress though harness training and my cat is very apprehensive about harnesses near her neck and chest. figured calming treats would be a great way of chilling her out before training... sadly these things are barely edible and not even hungry strays want to eat.(tried with 3 of them) First treat took about a half hour for my 12 pound Maine Coon to... 1. Even be interested enough in it to bother to try and eat it and she eats everything else immediately. 2. Manage to chew this ROCK of a "treat". The second attempt, the following day, she's done nothing more than lick in half an hour and was visibly disgusted with it. If you wish to purchase these, please know these are rock hard and more pungent than even the most aggressive human multivitamin you can find. I have no way of really seeing results as its seemingly inedible. Calling these "treats" is extremely generous 4 cats tested with wouldn't eat if they could help it, 3 being hungry outdoor strays. An edible product cannot be successful if its not going to, or hardly be capable of, being eaten... this ones a hard fail.
On day 3 of giving my cat one treat a day, and they seem to be doing the job. He isnt trying to pull down curtains so Im considering it a win!
Had to take rescue kitten to first vet visit, and worked like a charm! Will keep using when he pesters our older cat.
As other reviews state, these treats are hard and need to be broken up. I bought these for my 20lb cat for a car ride and wanted to try them at home first. She ate up the first treat (in pieces) no problem. I waited about a 1/2 hour and she was zooming around, so tried to give her another treat. She must not like them, because even breaking it up, she had no interest. Therefore, not effective for my cat. I gave this 3 stars instead of 1, because I really think this is cat specific. If she would've tried a second treat, it may have worked, but we'll never know.
flavor? my cat likes it! work well for her.