Feral Flower Formula - Feral Cat Solution
Feral Flower Formula - Feral Cat Solution
Feral Flower Formula - Feral Cat Solution

Feral Flower Formula - Feral Cat Solution

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This solution helps feral cats overcome their fears and moderate their sensitive fight-or-flight response. It’s important to know that this formula is not meant to domesticate feral cats, however in many cases, lowering their stress can help them to accept human attention and affection.

This product is formulated for cats.

Jackson Galaxy Solutions have been helping improve pets health and well being for over 20 years.

  • They were designed by a veterinarian to work best when part of a more holistic program
  • Apply 3-4 times a day for best results
  • 2 oz bottle
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Special Note: Jackson Galaxy Solutions work best when part of a more holistic program, that may include proper veterinary care, diet, behavior modification, and other holistic modalities. Consult your veterinarian before adding any new product to your pets care regimen. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Store in a cool, dark place and keep out of reach of animals.

Ingredients: This solution contains Natural Spring Water, Alcohol (as a preservative), Essence of Lotus, Lakshmi, Full Color Spectrum, Reiki Energy, and the following essences: Cellular Memory, Avocado, Fox, Leopardsbane, Lodgepole Pine, Magnolia, Pale Tiger Swallowtail, Poison Oak, Psychillis Macconnellaie, Pussy Paws, Staghorn Algae, Swallow Wart, The Watchman, Uncarina Grandidieri, Walnut, Windflower.

 

Customer Reviews

Based on 46 reviews
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Tammy Lee LaBrash (Honolulu, US)
Feral Cat Solution review

My Feral feline should never have been at the adoption center. She has obviously been through trauma and was never domesticated. We brought her home years ago thinking we could help… she did okay with some of the other cats, then she got sick and went back into seclusion. We could not get her back out of her shell until I began using the Feral and Trauma Formulas! NOW - while she still hasn’t come out of her shell the way we hope, she is on the path to it! In all the years we have loved her, the only way to touch her was by placing a towel or blanket over her and bundling her…. But as I said, she is on the path! I can now feed her from my hand and touch her! We work with her diligently and I believe these solutions, along with Reiki and some other modalities are truly helping! Thanks, Jackson!!!

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Pamela C Louks
Feral formula

I have five community aka feral cats on my front porch and semi feral on back deck. Total of 10. They are nearly impossible to vet and calm down....until I started using the feral flower formula. What a difference it made. I had to put it in their beds, in food, and in water, and on their cushions. It has helped calm them down so we can touch and pet and love them. If there is any issue with them, the first drops I reach for are those, then I hit them with the healthy helper. The cats on my deck are aging and I hit them with Graceful Aging in their water. But, that Feral Flower Formula is great. If someone is managing a feral colony that is large and unapproachable, they need to spray it into their water and on their food. They should see a difference in a few days on most cats. After they have had it a couple of months, I would put them on weekly maintenance doses. This saves money. I also use the drops with my house cats...who were born of feral moms and are lovable snuggle bugs now.

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Diana Schock (Sacramento, US)
Still Amazed how well this works

I am a caretaker to 10 feral cats, 4 of which I have been taking care of since kittens and trying to socialize them all . So I started putting this in the water at all my feeding stations and within a couple days I now have my 2 males coming inside our trailer and the other 4 kitties are also hanging out outside the trailer, plus the other ferrals I feed are not running off like they used to. I am still amazed even today I introduced a new person to my cats and they were very calm around her. They didn’t run off like usual when people come around. Thank you Jackson

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JJ Martin (Portland, US)
Real progress with bonded siblings in just two weeks.

I adopted two 10 month old semi-feral rescue cats in September, 2000 (bonded siblings). Over the two weeks since I started putting Feral Flower Formula (F3) in their food, they both became more social. Up to this point, socialization has been the expected road of incremental progress, especially with Jasmine, the shyer of the two cats. She's made a lot of progress, but still hides a lot and is extremely hand shy. Yuki, the more social of the two, gradually adapted to our household and seeks attention from me for food and play. She is warier of other family members. I started the F3 two weeks ago by putting it into their water and kibble. (I tried misting once. I found that was counterproductive for my situation, as both cats hated being misted).
Over the past two weeks, Yuki started seeking attention from everyone in the family. She head bunted my sister to wake her up this morning - that was a first for her. Yesterday, she tolerated a head petting from a visitor. Ordinarily, Yuki would flee from the room when a stranger entered. Jasmine was hypervigilant and extremely hand shy when I adopted her. She hid and hissed for most of the day the first couple of months. She stopped hissing and started playing more as time progressed, but most of her interactions were with Yuki, her bonded sister. Jasmine often hides, or watches us from a perch or from under a table while Yuki plays with us. Now she's started to seek out attention. After I started using the F3, Jasmine started coming into the open more often to hang out or to play. She now follows me around the house at times. Two days ago, she brought me a wand toy from another part of the house, dropped it, and sat in front of me so that I would play with her. This was new behavior for Jasmine. I think the F3 is helping her relax. This is not an instant fix - Jasmine is still very shy, still very jumpy, and still extremely hand shy. However, the F3 really seems to be helping - and that's what I hoped for - a more relaxed, happier cat. I ordered this product after seeing a review from a shelter about the positive effect it had on their feral cats. That review sold me on the product, and I'm so glad I ordered it. I hope to see further improvement, but based just on the progress so far, I highly recommend it.

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Carolyn (Manchester, US)
I honestly wasn’t sure if it would work!

We adopted two barn cats recently. I’m familiar with feral/barn cats and their behavior. I noticed right away one of the cats was not feral or human avoidant. Within his enclosure, he played with toys looked me in the eyes and gave me slow blinks. He would hiss/hide at any movement but after observation it was clear he had nystagmus. This cat is definitely a siamese mix so eye issues did not surprise me. He also came from a hoarding situation so I’m sure there was inbreeding. We decided for his safety to bring him inside and try to socialize him. I quickly ordered feral flower after reading the great reviews. Once it arrived I added it to his food/water and sprayed his hammock. Within 2 weeks he became a purring machine. Now when he opens his mouth, no hissing comes out but a cute little meow. He follows us around everywhere wanting to be pet. I’m blown away at how quickly he went from hiding and hissing to purring and playing. I have already recommended this to all my friends.

Customer Reviews

Based on 46 reviews
87%
(40)
9%
(4)
4%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
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Tammy Lee LaBrash (Honolulu, US)
Feral Cat Solution review

My Feral feline should never have been at the adoption center. She has obviously been through trauma and was never domesticated. We brought her home years ago thinking we could help… she did okay with some of the other cats, then she got sick and went back into seclusion. We could not get her back out of her shell until I began using the Feral and Trauma Formulas! NOW - while she still hasn’t come out of her shell the way we hope, she is on the path to it! In all the years we have loved her, the only way to touch her was by placing a towel or blanket over her and bundling her…. But as I said, she is on the path! I can now feed her from my hand and touch her! We work with her diligently and I believe these solutions, along with Reiki and some other modalities are truly helping! Thanks, Jackson!!!

P
Pamela C Louks
Feral formula

I have five community aka feral cats on my front porch and semi feral on back deck. Total of 10. They are nearly impossible to vet and calm down....until I started using the feral flower formula. What a difference it made. I had to put it in their beds, in food, and in water, and on their cushions. It has helped calm them down so we can touch and pet and love them. If there is any issue with them, the first drops I reach for are those, then I hit them with the healthy helper. The cats on my deck are aging and I hit them with Graceful Aging in their water. But, that Feral Flower Formula is great. If someone is managing a feral colony that is large and unapproachable, they need to spray it into their water and on their food. They should see a difference in a few days on most cats. After they have had it a couple of months, I would put them on weekly maintenance doses. This saves money. I also use the drops with my house cats...who were born of feral moms and are lovable snuggle bugs now.

D
Diana Schock (Sacramento, US)
Still Amazed how well this works

I am a caretaker to 10 feral cats, 4 of which I have been taking care of since kittens and trying to socialize them all . So I started putting this in the water at all my feeding stations and within a couple days I now have my 2 males coming inside our trailer and the other 4 kitties are also hanging out outside the trailer, plus the other ferrals I feed are not running off like they used to. I am still amazed even today I introduced a new person to my cats and they were very calm around her. They didn’t run off like usual when people come around. Thank you Jackson

J
JJ Martin (Portland, US)
Real progress with bonded siblings in just two weeks.

I adopted two 10 month old semi-feral rescue cats in September, 2000 (bonded siblings). Over the two weeks since I started putting Feral Flower Formula (F3) in their food, they both became more social. Up to this point, socialization has been the expected road of incremental progress, especially with Jasmine, the shyer of the two cats. She's made a lot of progress, but still hides a lot and is extremely hand shy. Yuki, the more social of the two, gradually adapted to our household and seeks attention from me for food and play. She is warier of other family members. I started the F3 two weeks ago by putting it into their water and kibble. (I tried misting once. I found that was counterproductive for my situation, as both cats hated being misted).
Over the past two weeks, Yuki started seeking attention from everyone in the family. She head bunted my sister to wake her up this morning - that was a first for her. Yesterday, she tolerated a head petting from a visitor. Ordinarily, Yuki would flee from the room when a stranger entered. Jasmine was hypervigilant and extremely hand shy when I adopted her. She hid and hissed for most of the day the first couple of months. She stopped hissing and started playing more as time progressed, but most of her interactions were with Yuki, her bonded sister. Jasmine often hides, or watches us from a perch or from under a table while Yuki plays with us. Now she's started to seek out attention. After I started using the F3, Jasmine started coming into the open more often to hang out or to play. She now follows me around the house at times. Two days ago, she brought me a wand toy from another part of the house, dropped it, and sat in front of me so that I would play with her. This was new behavior for Jasmine. I think the F3 is helping her relax. This is not an instant fix - Jasmine is still very shy, still very jumpy, and still extremely hand shy. However, the F3 really seems to be helping - and that's what I hoped for - a more relaxed, happier cat. I ordered this product after seeing a review from a shelter about the positive effect it had on their feral cats. That review sold me on the product, and I'm so glad I ordered it. I hope to see further improvement, but based just on the progress so far, I highly recommend it.

C
Carolyn (Manchester, US)
I honestly wasn’t sure if it would work!

We adopted two barn cats recently. I’m familiar with feral/barn cats and their behavior. I noticed right away one of the cats was not feral or human avoidant. Within his enclosure, he played with toys looked me in the eyes and gave me slow blinks. He would hiss/hide at any movement but after observation it was clear he had nystagmus. This cat is definitely a siamese mix so eye issues did not surprise me. He also came from a hoarding situation so I’m sure there was inbreeding. We decided for his safety to bring him inside and try to socialize him. I quickly ordered feral flower after reading the great reviews. Once it arrived I added it to his food/water and sprayed his hammock. Within 2 weeks he became a purring machine. Now when he opens his mouth, no hissing comes out but a cute little meow. He follows us around everywhere wanting to be pet. I’m blown away at how quickly he went from hiding and hissing to purring and playing. I have already recommended this to all my friends.