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Soothe feline anxiety and enrich their environments.

Cats are very sensitive to changes in their home environment. Interruptions like strangers, different food, additional animals, loud noises, illness, etc. can have a huge impact on their ability to adapt to stress. Cats prefer their homes to be stable and consistent. While that might be the feline ideal, we humans are always in motion, and physical stability is not always something we can offer to our beloved kitties.

Our Cat Calming offers a solution. Using sound therapy techniques from neuroscience clinics, we use music to create a structure of stability that is specifically designed for soothing the feline nervous system. The rearranged 3-hours of classical piano music on Cat Calming reduces stress in chaotic and unsettling environments. With the addition of sonic anchoring, the music brings the consistency needed for feline health and behavior.

Stimulation uses music to fill their sensory quota and arouse the nervous system. From soft and slow to fun and fast, these soundtracks provide a high-frequency diet, adjusted to a cat’s ability to hear three times higher than humans. Instrumentation of these re-arranged classical tunes include piano, flute, and cello. Stimulation brings play to the cat household… a vitally important element for all domesticated cats.

Noise Phobias is the only therapeutic sound program designed specifically for acclimating kittens and cats to the human environment. It’s sonic inoculation for cats, designed to help the ones who are fearful of common sounds. In Noise Phobias, everyday household and outside sounds are intermixed with beautiful and slow classical music, entraining calm with every day noise. This kind of auditory training helps prevent, and re-pattern, noise phobias in cats or sensitivities in younger ones. By repeated listening, your cat will come to associate sounds of life in the human world with the calmness of your home.

Welcome to feline household bliss.

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Why Music for Cats?

Cats prefer their homes to be stable and consistent. Acute feline stress turns into chronic irritation, manifesting in disease and behavioral challenges. Much research showed that this was the main problem that cats in human households consistently faced. While looking for solutions, we found a study by Dr. C.A. Tony Buffington (2011, Ohio State University) that caught our attention. When studying feline interstitial cystitis (a leading cause of euthanasia), researchers discovered a primary cause of this ailment: stress! Change in the cat’s physical environment—strangers, different food, additional animals, loud noises, illness, etc.—is a major contributor.

Discovering that feline stress was correlated with change, we set out to create music that has a sonically stabilizing effect. Our goal is to create a mental and emotional sense of safety that arises from familiarity. We accomplish this through a recognizable sequence of notes. Our sonic toolkit originates from sound therapies with neurodevelopmentally-challenged humans in which tone, tempo, and pattern are considered. In post-production mixing, we’ve removed higher frequencies from our re-arranged piano music. This frequency modulation (FM) also takes place in the mid-and low-frequency ranges. Essentially, by reducing or boosting specific nutrients of sound, arousing frequencies are reduced and soothing frequencies are increased. Through progressive FM, the resonance principle affects the nervous system. (This is true with humans and dogs, as well.)

Sonic Anchoring: While people hear these short interludes (from CPE Bach’s Rondo Espressivo) as repeating melodic intervals, we believe cats cognitively categorize this sonic information as a familiar frequency matrix. Cats are not so much hearing the melody, but feeling a sequence of vibrational frequencies, particularly when they are lying near their iCalmCat. Of the 44 compositions that comprise iCalmCat’s Calming music, minute-long variations of the Bach interlude are inserted every 2-3 compositions. Similar to sensory information we instantly recognize a favorite taste or aroma, our best friend’s voice, a mother’s touch – familiar sensory cues can have a profound and calming impact on the nervous system while providing psychological security.

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Why is environmental enrichment important for cats?

Since 2008, thousands of veterinarians and pet professionals worldwide have recommended the slow and simplified classical compositions of Through a Cat’s/Dog’s Ear. The breakthrough research behind TADE shows that the mammalian nervous system is extremely sensitive to sound — and that special arrangements of classical music have a profound soothing impact on anxious pets. This clinically tested feline music is formulated for your cat’s healthy behavior, as well as your discerning ear.

Outdoor cats, like their ancient relatives, are active. Within a large territory, free-ranging cats are naturally curious, always exploring and hunting for food. Interaction with other cats is common, and ferals are always on the lookout for dogs! Indoor cats, however, are removed from those primal drives and with little to do, passivity sets in.

As per The American Association of Feline Practitioners, “Many behavioral and physical disorders that are seen in cats are often secondary to stress from lack of appropriate stimulation.”

Sensory environments are known to shape nervous system organization from young kitten to late-teens. In response to the desire for healthy and strong house cats, research of sensory stimulation to replace external input ramped up in the early 1990s. All signs since point to the importance of environmental enrichment to preserve optimal physical and mental feline health. With indoor cats, enrichment strategies include animate interaction with other cats, dogs, and people, as well as the inanimate use of toys, physical space (high structures, textures, places to hide), and sensory input (eyes, ears, nose, taste).

Stimulation is music designed to fill this sensory deficit for indoor cats. Our goal is to arouse cognitive and physical function. Using the principles of resonance, entrainment, pattern identification, we go in the opposite direction of Calming. This album employs high frequency instrumentation, complex melodic patterns, increasing tempos, and frequency modulation (“arousing” frequencies are enhanced, and “soothing” frequencies are decreased).

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Since 2008, thousands of veterinarians and pet professionals worldwide have recommended the slow and simplified classical compositions of Through a Cat’s/Dog’s Ear. The breakthrough research behind TADE shows that the mammalian nervous system is extremely sensitive to sound — and that special arrangements of classical music have a profound soothing impact on anxious pets. This clinically tested feline music is formulated for your cat’s healthy behavior, as well as your discerning ear.

Noise Phobias contains 1-hr of bioacoustically-designed calming music. It is formulated for both calming and acclimation to human-made sounds, using sound therapy techniques from our producer’s work in human neuro-developmental clinics. We use specially-arranged soothing classical music, which provides a sonic foundation of calm, before gently introducing household and outside sounds. This communicates to cats that the home, and all our various human sounds, is a place of safety and security.

Repeated playing of Noise Phobias will gently introduce your cat to common noises. It is also designed to help acclimate older cats who are already reactive to certain sounds. Regardless of age, we strive to build a conditioned response of positive association. Kitty will come to recognize and remember these sounds as part of a peaceful home environment. When actually confronted with these sounds without the music, there will be recollection, but without any of the fear.

Household/Outdoor sound effects included in Noise Phobias…

  • Visitors
  • Fireworks
  • Laundry/dishwashers
  • Thunderstorms
  • Renovation
  • Traffic

“Our Chihuahua has PTSD from before she came to live with us. I ordered this as well as the separation anxiety one. Both work within minutes to calm her down.

Cindy Yametz, Sacramento, CA

“I own a doggie daycare in Anchorage, Alaska. We average almost one hundred dogs in our facility each day. They are separated into seven classrooms, each room having approximately 12-14 dogs. We have been using the Through A Dog’s Ear series since 2007 and find that they are a key component to keeping our clients active, yet calm in a safe environment. We hear from our clients and the public who walk into our lobby that it sounds like a spa. They cannot believe we have so many dogs in our care given how quiet it is, and our facility has no sound proofing.

Kari Campbell, Anchorage, AK

“When I put the music on, all three of our Labs come into my craft room, find a favorite spot and almost immediately go to sleep….I sometimes play them when a storm is approaching, as we live in Florida and get tropical storms and afternoon storms during hurricane season. They really soothe all of the dogs and the music is enjoyable to me.

Marianne White, Oakland, FL

“The music that I hear is not only calming to animals, but it is also calming to children and adults. It can help anyone or any animal get a good nights sleep. Just listening to it is very calming. You can’t go wrong.”

Emily Boliver, Asheville, NC

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iCalmPet takes great pride in the music we distribute. If a recording does not meet your expectation we will gladly refund your money or replace it for you. See Customer Service for further details.

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iCalmPet takes great pride in the music we distribute. If a recording does not meet your expectation we will gladly refund your money or replace it for you. See Customer Service for further details.

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Take a Sonic Inventory of Your Sound Environment

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Joshua Leeds, Sound Researcher

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The Musicians

Shelter Program

Wholesale

iCalmPet Blog

Support Animals and Air Travel - What's Changing in 2021

Together All the Time: At Home with Pets During Covid-19

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Ashland, OR 97520 USA

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(541) 482-2134
Fax: (541) 488-7796

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