Through a Cat’s Ear: Volume 1 Music for Calming (CD)

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$17.98 $13.49

Through a Cat’s Ear, Vol. 1 is designed to reduce stress. The soothing, specially designed classical piano arrangements will leave your cat purring comfortably and peacefully, instead of fighting and running from visitors.


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Through a Cat’s Ear
A breakthrough in Feline Music & Sound Therapy

If your cat is stressed or fearful, howls, fights or has difficulty settling and sleeping, now you have a tool to help–without resorting to pharmaceuticals.

The Through a Cat’s Ear: Music for Calming series is specifically designed for the feline household. Building on the clinically demonstrated Through a Dog’s Ear programs, Cat’s Ear music addresses the need for environmental consistency. Sonic anchoring–a repeating melodic interlude–brings a sense of constancy and familiarity that is necessary for your cat’s health.

This soundtrack employs bioacoustic principles including resonance, entrainment, pattern identification, and frequency modulation–all woven into beautiful piano soundtracks.

Music for Calming is recommended during these situations:

  • Car
  • Visitors
  • Loud noises
  • New baby or pet
  • Stressed people
  • Illness & recovery
  • Pre- & post-surgery
  • Poor elimination behaviors
  • Final stages of life

Through a Cat’s Ear is rearranged classical music that you can enjoy with your furry companion–and, most importantly, will help your “best friend” live a happier and healthier life.

Why Music for Cats?

Since the 2008 release of Through a Dog’s Ear music, requests for music specially designed for cats have been constant. As a research-based organization, we’ve demurred; there has been scarce scientific examination of music and sound with cats. However, recent research by Dr. C.A. Tony Buffington (2011, Ohio State University) caught my attention. While 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. Cats prefer their homes to be stable and consistent. Acute feline stress turns into chronic irritation, manifesting in disease and behavioral challenges.

This CD is designed to reduce stress in a chaotic or unsettling environment. My sonic toolkit originates from sound therapies with neurodevelopmentally-challenged humans in which tone, tempo, and pattern are considered. Frequency ranges have been adjusted to a cat’s auditory range and a new technique called sonic anchoring is included.

– Joshua Leeds, producer

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Additional information

Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 6 × 5 × 1 in

2 reviews for Through a Cat’s Ear: Volume 1 Music for Calming (CD)

  1. Dolly Ensey

    I was a little skeptical at first this would work when I introduced Through a Cat’s Ear music into a 2-cat household of one one my pet sitting clients. I witnessed the positive results with an astonishing result with one very sociable cat and one true frightened cat. Mr. Friendly Cat slowed down, climbed onto his scratchpad, began incrementally leaning, til he couldn’t hold up his head any longer, closed his eyes, then fell asleep. As I quietly rose to leave, I turned around to see Mr. Fraidy Cat, calmly sitting in the hallway listening to the music — this was the first time that I had actually seen him after petsitting for that household for almost 2 years! I bet your felines will be so happy to hear such soothing sounds too.

  2. Lorraine

    Through a Cats Ear worked wonders for my cat during construction. I confined him in a bedroom, and put your wonderful CD on “repeat”. Construction consisted of jack hammering and removing a tile floor, building a subfloor, then installing an oak floor. Needless to say, this was all very noisy and took several days.

    Simba, the Abyssinian, came thru it all beautifully. He didn’t like the noise, but he slept a lot, ate his food, and acted like a normal cat. I was very pleased, as I had considered boarding him during the construction days. Thanks to your wonderful “cat music”, he stayed calm and I did not need to disrupt his life by boarding which would have been traumatic.

    By the way, I love the music. Thinking of using it myself to help with sleep issues.

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