We have four cats at home: two gutter cats (Willow and Ronron), and 2 Ragdolls (Sweety and Diego), because we have a family breeding. We therefore have two unsterilized whole cats and one male and one whole female.
We have a problem with our male, because he marks his territory wherever the female passes. We had to leave him locked up in my eldest daughter’s room, the only place where he doesn't mark (presence of guinea pigs?). Only when my daughter has a lesson, he is often alone and he starts to become dejected, not moving and hardly eating.
So we gave him Bach flowers mix no. 111 so that the dejection was less and it has worked well! He is less sad, more playful and really more relaxed!Disclaimer: results may vary from animal to animal and are not based on scientific results.
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In the late evening of October 2016 we heard a meowing in our garden we didn't recognise. In the dark I went looking and quickly I found a small red kitten, afraid but curious.
A short message about the results from Diesel. We have to say that the results have been positive in the last few weeks.
Here comes a final update. My husband and I have noticed that Laila has changed. This morning on our first walk she behaved very well.
Tosca's behaviour has improved a great deal. Sometimes she will still be aggressive towards my husband, but without biting.
My dog Ickx has already made some good progress thanks to the Bach Flowers and his extra training. I notice that he is less stressed and much calmer around other dogs.
He's listening more. When he starts to bark, I forbid him and he stops.
I just reordered the personal Bach Flower mix for our Pandora.
Finally a quiet moment to bring you up to date about how things are going with my cat Maverick.
We have started our third bottle of Bach flowers mix. We wanted to thank you for your help from the bottom of our hearts.
It has now been since two months we began to try Bach flowers on a mare who was very temperamental, very unpredictable and very dominant.
Are you unsure which Bach flowers can help you? Contact Tom for free advice.