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Music for enhancing feline cognition and playtime together!

Indoor cats are mostly secluded from their innate and vital activity– hunting! Consequently, they fall prey to a slow and debilitating energy starvation, resulting from this lack of sensory stimulation. Essentially, this deficit causes the feline nervous system to decline. Without the high sensorial activities that shaped their evolution, your indoor cat’s nervous system becomes out of balance and chronically stressed. This leads to difficult behaviors and/or illnesses that impact the entire cat household.

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.

Welcome to feline household bliss.

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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).

Use Calm Your Canine for:

  • Veterinary visits
  • Grooming time
  • Doggy daycare
  • Training classes
  • Separation anxiety
  • Excessive barking
  • Excitement with visitors
  • Helping puppies/newly adopted dogs acclimate to new homes
  • Reactive/fearful issues
  • During fireworks, thunderstorms, construction, or loud noises
  • Crating during transportation
  • Crating at agility trials and other dog sport activities
  • Crating at dog shows
  • Bedtime

“Great pace to this music, even put a gitty-up in my step. Fab item..cats love it and run around the house.”

—Paul Sampugnaro, Cody, WY

“Beautiful. My cat Cheexie loves it too. She rolls on her back from one side to the other end of our bed with all 4 her paws in the air.

‚—Irene Lawrence, UK

“Very helpful! I bought this for my two cats but I think it lifted my spirits just as good. I suffer from severe depression and the music helped me to feel more energetic!

—Andy Griffins, Birmingham, AL

“Terrific sequel to the first “Through a Cat’s Ear,” which was music for calming. It is wonderful to turn on during play time because it inspires and energize ME too, to offer my cats the activity they need!

—Cardi Mason, Rio, WS

Great price for the product. Really seems to be helping our boarding cats.

—Wood County Humane Society, Bowling Green, OH

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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.

RISK-FREE SHOPPING! 60-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE.

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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Why Music for Pets?

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How Our Music Works

Psychoacoustics

Research

Take a Sonic Inventory of Your Sound Environment

Company

Joshua Leeds, Sound Researcher

Bioacoustic Research

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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